Can you own land and a home and apply for section 8?
No! The section 8 program is for very low income earners. Having real estate means that you have the ability to pay for something more substantial.
No Section 8 is for rental tenants only. If you want to list your home to rent to Section 8 tenants, you would apply at the local housing authority. Read More
You have to own your home for ten years before being allowed to apply for a home equity loan. After that period you have no guarantee that you will be approved. Read More
Under the U.S. Public Land Survey (or government survey) System a section is one square mile. If you own two sections of land you own two square miles of land. Not all legal descriptions of land use the government survey method. Read More
The purpose of Section 8 housing assistance is to allow low and/or fixed income, disabled persons and/or families, etc. to obtain suitable housing. There are some homeowner programs (see link), but not sure they would apply to you. Read More
Not unless it is a mobile home and you are renting the property. A house is considered a part of the land. Read More
Yes, William Patterson did in fact own land. He owned land in his home country of Ireland and also in the United States. Read More
Your deed is proof of ownership of your home if you own recorded land. Your deed and Certificate of Title are your proof of ownership if you own registered land. You can obtain a copy of either at the local land records office. Read More
Each Housing Authority has its own rules on how to apply for housing assistance. Some may have online capabilities while others don't. Read More
During these hard economic times home loans and mortgages have been hit hard. It is perfectly feasible to apply for a fixed home loan from the comfort of your own home via the internet. Read More
You need to own the home. Call and talk to an agent. Read More
If the home is permanently attached to the real estate (not a mobile home) then the owner of the real estate owns the home. if you build a home on another person's land, they own it. Perhaps the owner would allow you to move the structure. However, you would need to restore the land to its natural state. Read More
Some states may have their own rental assistance programs, so check with your state. Read More
No. You must apply for a purchase money mortgage if you do not already own any home. If you already own a property and have enough equity in that property, you can take a home equity loan on that property and use those proceeds to purchase another property. No. You must apply for a purchase money mortgage if you do not already own any home. If you already own a property and have enough equity… Read More
Even if you own your home, you're subject to local ordnances, home owners association ordnances, and other regulations which may apply. You need professional legal counsel on this matter. Read More
No. Minor's pretty much can't do anything. You can't apply for your own apartment until you are 18. You can't be on foodstamps unless you have a kid. If you are living with someone who is above 18, then yeah. Read More
he granted that he shall own all the land and make people farm to get make fairs end Read More
If a person builds a home on land that they don't own, the home will become the property of the person who owns the land. Read More
Yes, you do, but they are usually quite small. Read More
Air land? Generally, in the United States, the only way to obtain the ownership of land is by a deed from the owner that transfers ownership to you. If a person builds a home on land that belongs to someone else, that home will become part of the real estate and will become the property of the owner of the real estate. The person who built the home cannot devise the home to a beneficiary… Read More
In new york state if your name is on the deed and not the mortgage can you apply for a home equity line of credit?
Yes, you own the house Read More
It is food that is grown around someone's home. This means that they are growing their own food on their privately owned land. Read More
On most pages that you would want to use as a home page there is somewhere to click that says, "Make This My Home Page". You can also just copy the address of the page you wish to make your home page, and on your browser click Tools>>Internet Options>>General Tab>>Paste that address in the section Home Page>>click apply. In regards to a webspace you own, to set up a homepage, your homepage information should be… Read More
Hunting laws are usually set by the States, and apply on all land except for licensed hunting preserves, where they may make allowances for extended seasons or year-round hunting of some animals. Read More
Pay to have a "title search" done in the Land Registry Office of your county. Read More
Anyone can apply for Section 8. The question is really about the chances that a convicted felon will be approved for a Voucher. Every Housing Authority has its own rules regarding convicted felons' eligibility for their programs. However, under federal guidelines, registered sex offenders and those convicted of mfr. of methamphetamine are barred from eligibility. Read More
If you own your land and have your trailer repossessed will they take your land If the land is still being paid for as well?
no,because it's your land and you own it. You have show them the contract you sign for your home or land.you have prove for your land so you can do whatever you want todo with your land. Actually, it is POSSIBLE to lose the land as well. It depends if the land was collateral for the loan on the trailer. If so, then the lender has a right to the land as well. Read More
Assuming that you own the buildings, and the landlord owns the land beneath the buildings, the answer is yes, if the lease agreement allows it. Check your agreement for conditions where a landlord can force you off his land. Read More
In Texas - if you own 1 home and the husband owns land - will both qualify for an exemption if you claim one property and your spouse claims the other?
The homestead exemption is for your home, not land. If it is not your residence, there is no exemption. Read More
While each Housing Authority has its own rules by which someone must apply for a housing choice voucher or public housing, the section 8 program is a federal program: so the rules are basically the same everywhere. Read More
When the USA claimed the section of land we call Alaska, The parts of Canada around it had already been claimed and had formed its own government. Read More
in the united states 47 of the states including Florida it is legal to kill a trespasser or burglar in your own home or your own land. Read More
A colony is a settlement of people who have left their country for a new land. These people remain citizens of their home country. Read More
Sure, as long as your credit is good and you make enough/have enough assets to qualify for the mortgage. Again, the legalities that apply in one state, may not apply in another state. It will be wise to check it out first. Read More
Can you live on arable land in a trailer if you own the land? Read More
He wants a little place with a little land. Their crops would be their own and they wouldn't have to work as much. They would have animals...and rabbits for Lennie. Read More
If you own land, you work for yourself and you can lease the land to tenants. If you don't own the land, you work for the people who do own the land. Land ownership is important to everyone who wants to be their own boss. Read More
Oh, my goodness! There are so many! Flies, mosquitoes, butterflies, moths, bees, wasps, and beetles are all insects that lives on land. Spiders are arachnids that live on land. Centipedes and millipedes have their own little section of Arthropoda and they live on land. And some crustanceans, such as pillbugs, live on land. Read More
Can someone purchase land for unpaid taxes if there is a home on the land and the mortgage of the home is current. Will the purchaser own both land and home and evict the home owners?
Rules and regulations would vary according to area on this, but yes subject to the same, you could pay the unpaid taxes and hold a tax certificate which can be paid with interest to you by the homeowner. If this is not paid within the area specified period of time, you can apply for a tax deed. The property can be put into foreclosure and depending again on the local regulations, the property can then… Read More
You may NOT have a firearm or even ammo in your possession even in your own home. Read More
If you own the plot of land in the woods that you want to build the house on, than yes. Read More
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Their are 3 owners on this and one of them build a house on his side of the area if the land wasn't officially zoned do i also own part of his home?
If he build the house on the side of his area then no you don't own part of his home. If it's only zoned for one home, then you really should have put into the contract how that would work out. There might still be some actions you can take, because it seems as if he has devalued your part of the land. Read More
The duration of On Our Own Land is 1.83 hours. Read More
No age, since it is illegal to drive on other people's private land without their permission. On the other hand, it is always legal to drive on your own private land, at any age. Age restrictions would only apply on public roads. Read More
Not per se. But if there's an agreement that after a specific time the home ownership will be transferred to the tenant, the housing authority can then assist with home ownership payments. Check with your local housing authority about this. Read More
To get a martial home, go up to any house that you own and press "A" at the scroll. There will be a choice there to "set as martial home." Choose that and you will then have the home chosen for that family. If you propose in front of the Oakfield Demon Door, it will open, and you will find a place called Serenity Farm. You'll automatically own it, and it can be reached instantly… Read More
While you might be able to add your name into the waiting list online, you probably will not be able to apply for your voucher online. Each Housing Authority has its own guidelines by which you can apply for your voucher once your name comes up on the list. Because there are forms that you must fill out and sign, and information which must accompany those signed forms, chances are likely there aren't any provisions… Read More