Yes. Foreclosure is not due to lack of money, but is due to failure to make payments on the debt in a timely manner.
The Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon. Citing differences with and lack of payments from the new Australia's new Minister of Public Works, Utzon actually resigned from the project 6 years before the Opera House was completed in 1973.
An order of dismissal for lack of prosecution is filed (usually by the homeowners attorney) when the bank/lawyers have not proceeded forward on a pending foreclosure case within a certain amount of time (usually 10 months). If nothing new has been filed, your case can be dismissed by a judge.
People become homeless many ways. Some common ways are foreclosure, unemployment, mental illness, and lack of affordable housing.
There is a lack of money.there is a lack of money.
Yes, possibly. You can buy a house for cash from savings or investment with no income at all, and then keep it as long as you can make the tax payments and other assessments. If your lack of income is "probably temporary" (like you're in prison for a short period, or "between jobs", or "in graduate school"), you may still qualify for a loan. If you cannot afford to pay the interest on a loan to purchase a house, then it is a really bad idea to consider buying a house. You will fail to make the payments and it will be taken away.
Through the walls and ceiling (lack of insulation) through the glass (lack of double glazing) or draughts (lack of door and window seals)
No,, homeowners insurance does not cover normal maintenance costs nor damages that result from lack of maintenance.
It depends on how the foundation was damaged and whether or not it was done by a covered cause or not. If a vehicle runs off the road and hits your home then it would be . covered whether or not the person had insurance. If the person did not have insurance, your homeowners policy covers damage caused by a vehicle. If the damage was caused by settling of the home and this caused the foundation to crack then no, the homeowner's insurance will not pay for this repair because it was caused by lack of properly putting in the foundation correctly or a lack of maintenance. Maintenance is never covered by your homeowner's insurance policy. Maintenance is the responsibility of the homeowner and it is never ending.
Your lack of grammar and severe lack of a grasp of the English language disturbs me...but to answer your question, yes, Slaves did build the White House.
I would definitely leave the water in the pool in order to avoid the actual pool shell from popping out of the ground due to lack of water pressure. The water in the pool acts as a downward force...you don't want your pool shell to pop out of the ground under any circumstances...and any pool going through a foreclosure is going to need a professional cleaning anyway, so leaving in the water is not a problem at all.
Due to a lack in transparency the White House will not estimate the cost.