Can The Government Take Away My House?
Seizing the Property. At both the federal and state levels, the government can seize property. The Federal Government can seize property under 18 U.S.C. § 983
REALTORS® generally agree that corner homes are more challenging to sell, due to the perceived drawbacks
- Title insurance. - Appraisals. - Abstract fees. - Recording fees. - Surveys
A wild praying mantis has found its way into the house through an open window or door and decided it's a good place to stay. A mantis can survive pretty well inside the house if there are enough flies or other bugs to eat. ... Tips on setting up their housing, feeding, providing water and making sure the temperature is OK
FHA allows you to only have one loan at any given time. Therefore, if you plan to sell one home and buy another, you may do so as long as you are paying off the existing FHA loan in order to purchase your new home with yet another FHA loan
FHA Loans. The Federal Housing Administration requires borrowers to wait three years after a foreclosure. The wait is shortened to less than two years, but not less than 12 months if the foreclosure resulted from extenuating circumstances