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Adding names to deeds gets sticky. Be smart and consult an attorney about how to leave the property to your children with the fewest tax consequences instead.
"So what everyone seems to be saying is that if a homeowner or his contractor break the law doing repairs, remodels or additions and can get someone to buy the property without disclosing the facts.. then they get away scott free and the new homeowner gets incur the legal repercussions from the illegal activity.."Yes. That is correct. Buyers can protect themselves by getting a quality inspection and specifically requesting as part of the disclosure any remodeling done with or without permits that the seller is aware of they they did or were done previously that they know about.If the seller lies on the disclosure and the unpermitted work is found later, then the buyer may have legal recourse against the seller. You still need to prove that the seller knew, but if you don't ask the question you have no case at all.
You usually need to refinance, but contact your lender and to ask if you have other options.
You can contact any lender on Zillow including [deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines] You will find a contact form, phone number and website. Hope it helps.
Maybe you can, but many places have rules that do not consider a mobile home to be like an RV. Even storing an empty mobile home on your place may be a code violation.You need to talk to your local code enforcement office and ask them. Unlike RVs, occupied mobile homes will need to be tied into the water service and sewer system.
"cause i found a house he wants me to drop off cashier ck i drop off at their office which no one will be there."They look like a licensed agency in Houston, but you should never give money to someone without getting a receipt. They may be legitimate, but when you drop off the check 9-5 see someone and do a gut check.
No. Zillow does not provide that service.
"I think most here have drank the koolaid and are likely very financially successful because if it..."Nope. That's not it. The only difference between the two of us is if an agent is not doing what they promised, not working hard to find what I hired them for, not telling me the truth or not willing to be honest in their dealings or not giving me market information I need to make good decions, I dump them and I don't look back. Thankfully, it has been long time since I worked with a bad agent and the difference is me, not the industry.I do not advise taking advice from any agent or person for that matter that your gut tells you is not reliable. My advice stands-- learn how to interview an agent. Be willing to learn all you can on your own so you can tell the difference between a good agent and a bad one, a good deal and a bad one, a good inspection and a bad one.The only one you can fully monitor to be 100% trustworthy on your behalf in any transaction is you. Make you the best advocate for your real estate goals and kick any professional to the curb who is not doing what they promised or is acting unprofessional.
"I still need a phone number from Zillow so I can edit my listing! "Zillow does not do their customer service by phone. As the owner, you can ask for removal of information that incorrect. There is a small flag next to the past listing history that will generate an email to Zillow customer service. You can make your request that way. Zillow may or may not remove it. Your home is lovely. The past price history will not affect what buyer's think since it is not far off from what you are asking in price now. Focus on what you do control. Consider reshooting the kitchen photo with clean counters and a vase of flowers to ad charm to a traditional pink/white kitchen. Show buyers a shot of the outside areas with a longer shot of your backyard area so they can appreciate it. You can flag the information, but know that buyers buy first with their eyes not the numbers. You just need to show them all your home has to offer.