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The deed/title to any property determines the legal ownership, not the mortgage.. If you are not named on the deed to the property, you have no "automatic" ownership rights.
A Right to Buy mortgage is available for tenants living in England. It was revived in the last year and has been very popular. It states that anyone who has lived in public ho…using after two years is eligible to buy a property with a discount of up to 75,000 GBP.
Delta Prime Finance is now offering an interest rate of 2.6% with an APR of 3.14%. There are others that are close to that but Delta Prime seems to be the lowest.
None, technically. They are a co-signed, which means if you don't pay your bill... they have to. Then they're entitled to your home if they paid more than 51% of the total bal…ance owing.
Answer NONE!!!!!!!!!! AS LONG...... as they did not take TITLE with you in the property. Check and see if they are on the Deed or security deed.. that will answer …your question. I have had people surprised that they are actually co-owners with there parents or whom ever in a "co-signer" situtation.
Bank Of America mortgage rates vary based on the amount you want to borrow as well as the finance type (purchase, refinance, home equity) and area you live in (zip code). A mo…rtgage rate calculator is available on the Bank of America website; click on Rates to access it.
The answer depends on when your name went on the deed. If your name was on the deed as joint owner before the mortgage was granted then the bank can only foreclose on the …co-owner's half interest if you didn't sign the mortgage. In order for the lender to perfect their interest in the mortgaged real estate, all the owners must sign the note and mortgage. Generally, if you own an interest in real property and don't sign the mortgage, the bank cannot foreclose on your interest in the case of a default since YOU did not transfer your interest to the bank. If your name was added by deed after the mortgage was executed then your interest in the property is subject to the mortgage. Also, changing the names on a deed for property that is subject to a mortgage may trigger the due on transfer clause. Most mortgages carry boilerplate language that provides if the property is transferred the lender can demand full payment of the mortgage. That means if the sole owner of the property grants a mortgage and then transfers an interest in the property to another person, the bank can demand the full payment of the mortgage- immediately. Many lenders during the sub-prime lending frenzy wrote mortgages without having all the owners sign. In that case the lender does not have full interest- only the interest of the person who signed the mortgage. Unscrupulous lenders are only interested in collecting the high fees and costs associated with the initial transaction. They aren't concerned with good title if the borrower defaults since the loans are sold soon after the transaction. An attorney should always be consulted when making changes in the title to real estate. There are many lenders who break the rules in order to sell the loan.
A mortgage is a conveyance of title to real property that is given as security for the payment of a debt. If the mortgage isn't paid the lender can take possession of the prop…erty by foreclosure. There are numerous types of mortgages and different practices under different jurisdictions. See related links for more information. Originally a latin word meaning death and debt/ pledge - or literally death pledge. Mort is from the word 'mori' also morbid therefore has the same scense of meaning. Gage is from the sense of that meaning a pledrge to forfeit something of value if debt is not repaid.
If you are not an owner of the property, as a co-signer you are fully responsible for paying the mortgage. You have no other rights in the property.
mortÂ·gage n. 1. A temporary, conditional pledge of real property to a creditor as security for performance of an obligation or repayment of a debt. 2. A contract o…r deed specifying the terms of a mortgage. 3. The claim of a mortgagee upon mortgaged property. tr.v., -gaged, -gagÂ·ing, -gagÂ·es. 1. To pledge or convey (property) by means of a mortgage. Source: Answers.com In popular, non-legal terminology, people often refer to getting or having a mortgage. What they probably mean is that they have obtained a loan to fund the purchase of real property. Lenders of such loans require that the lender receive a security interest in the real property as protection against a default or non-payment. A properly drafted mortgage grants the lender the power to take possession of and sell the property if the loan isn't paid. In the case of "mortgages," we are really dealing with two different things when we speak about "a mortgage." Most people actually use "mortgage" incorrectly. They use "mortgage" when they are really referring to a loan secured by a mortgage interest. The mortgage , however is not the loan itself; the mortgage is the security interest in the real estate that the lender obtains from the borrower. A mortgage is a conveyance of title to real property as security for a debt. The mortgage can create a conditional conveyance of real property or it can create a lien depending on state laws. In title theory states the mortgage transfers title to the property to the lender until the debt is paid. A release of the mortgage transfers the title back to the mortgagor. In a lien theory state the mortgage creates a lien on the property that is released when the mortgage is released.
It depends what are you looking for, but these days many people are looking on the internet for loans. Make sure you qualify before callinf companies and make sure that the mo…rtgage lenders you will work with on your home mortgage will deliver good mortgage program and good interest rate. Read more about it in the link below.
What are the rights of borrowers when the cosigner is considering a lawsuit to force them to take a second mortgage so the cosigner can recover money paid because the mortgage was defaulted on?
Answer The cosigner has the right to file a lawsuit against the primary borrower's to recover his or her financial losses due to the defaulted lending agre…ement. The procurement of a second mortgage does not seem viable if the primary borrower's credit was not originally sufficient for them to obtain the loan without the need of a cosigner. It is more likely the house will have to be forfeited by means of foreclosure and the cosigner will have to try to recover losses by other means. The primary borrower's best choice is to obtain legal advice as to what their options are before a lawsuit is filed against them.
You have been forced to leave your home you co-own with an ex boyfriend you are on title but not the mortgage note what are your rights?
Answer . If you are an owner by deed then you own a one-half interest in the property and you have the right to the possession and use of the whole property. If there is a m…ortgage on the property and you did not sign it then the mortgage only affects the half-interest of the other owner. \n. \nYou can ask the other owner to buy out your half interest at fair market value. If he refuses then you could file a Petition to Partition in the appropriate court in your area and the court will sell the property and pay over half of the net proceeds to you. The outstanding mortgage should not be counted against your half of the proceeds. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area who is familiar with all the legal aspects of your situation. The attorney should handle the negotiations with the other owner for you and will file the Petition to Partition if that becomes necessary.
Boyfriend and girlfriend buy house his name only on mortgage and she pays the mortgage what rights to house does she have?
She would certainly have been wiser to get her name on the mortgage if she is paying it, however, she can still claim the status of common-law marriage, and community pr…operty (although specific laws vary by state).
Lowered by the amount owed or by a lower interest rate? For lowering your rate, you can either refinance or modify your mortgage(s). If you have equity in your home, you m…ight be able to combine your first and second mortgage for an overall lower rate. There are some no-cost mortgage loan refinances available, but you have to shop around for them. For lowering the amount owed to the bank or balance of the loan, check for "hardest hit" in your state or county for forgivable mortgages by the government or set your payments up on an accelerated payment plan. Important factor for bad credit second mortgage loan is the closing cost. These costs are normally less than the closing costs which are attached with the initial mortgage loan. Apart from the closing cost and due, few lenders also charge upfront cost which represent total percent debt. The borrower also pays point for decreasing the total interest of the loan amount. Thus it's important to collect knowledge about all the above points before availing second mortgage loan; this would help the borrower to get much lower rates.
There are several options, depending on where you are located. Some good options to look at are Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and you can always look into your local banks for informa…tion about their services.
All you really have to do, is find the phone number. After calling, you might wait in a short queue to speak to a representative. Once you are on the phone, just simply say th…at you are new to mortgages, and are looking to get a mortgage with a good rate. Primarily, you really want a mortgage around three percent. The lower the number, the better the price, although you may be paying for a longer period of time, it will be less stressful financially speaking.