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1259 Log Pond Drive, Newark, OH 43055

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Newark

1956 Elm Road Northeast, Warren, OH 44483

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Warren

1200 E Central Avenue, Miamisburg, OH 45342

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Miamisburg

6516 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, OH 45014

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Fairfield

3515 Hudson Drive, Stow, OH 44224

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Stow

5143 Salem Avenue, Dayton, OH 45426

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Dayton

21177 Euclid Avenue, Euclid, OH 44117

Ohio

Euclid

29 Midway Plaza, Tallmadge, OH 44278

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Tallmadge

4170 Cleveland Massillon, Barberton, OH 44203

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Barberton

1270 East 260th Street, Euclid, OH 44132

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Euclid


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  • I would tell her to apply for Federal Aid - see http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ Good Luck!!!
  • If you are a 1st time home buyer, you may be faster to qualify for a FHA home loan. My 1st home was bought this way just weeks after we got a small loan and paid off all our long over due bills that was at creditors for ever. Good luck! Oh the evergreen homes may qualify for this loan as well. If not maybe the company can work arrangements out so it does!
  • I never get the insurance when buying a car. I feel it's small enough I can swing the payments but always said I'd get the insurance if it was a house. Knowing it was offered when you get your loan through your bank. Little did I know it's not offered with the loan anymore. With all the scams in the mail I can't seem to find any good info on legitimate known companies or any companies for that matter for mortgage loan insurance. Can you provide me company names that is legit that I can research for this type of added coverage. My homeowners insurance company doesn't sell mortgage insurance. Thanks.
  • I suppose you are speaking of an insurance that would pay the monthly mortgage in the event you are not able to pay the monthly mortgage because of illness or have been laid off from your job. These type insurance policies are prevalent throughout the United States. Once you have closed on your real estate purchase transaction, within weeks you would receive several letters from many companies that would want to do business with you since you are now a homeowner. Several of these letters would be from insurance companies that would offer such services as you are seeking. Normally you would not find a large insurance firm advertising this services as most these type policies are through a local insurance broker. You might inquire of current insurance companies you are doing business with for a referral, as most would know of other insurance companies doing this type policies. You might also inquire of family, friends and co-workers for a referral. I was able to find one company that might be of use to you. You might contact them to see if they can be of service to you. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • We entered into a contract on a short sale by the owner and Wells Fargo, on the closing date we find out that they cannot go through with closing because they have not cleared a judgment on the title. Now they want us to pay for the extension, for them to do so through the courts. We were already clear for the closing when we got this news. My question is can they put the house up for sale in OHIO to the general public without a clear title? I know they can for sheriff sales but, can they for the general public? We have already put $400 into the house for an appraisal required by our lender and every lender. They refuse to pay for anything.... even the extension, though it was their fault. We want the earnest money (which we will get back) plus the $400 we paid for the appraisal on a house that we couldn't even buy. Our realtor says we will have to take them to small claims court to get that back. WHAT???
  • The hired Realtor by the bank (we found out) is paying for the judgment out of their commission. The problem is it passed the closing date and the title still has not went through the courts and will not until we agree to pay for the extension. Their (the bank and all parties involved) are not willing to pay for anything. They simply do not care whether it falls through or not. Our problem is we paid $500 (which we will get back ) earnest money and for an appraisal of $400 (10 days after the contract was signed) which they say we will not get back if we walk away even though it was their fault that they broke the contract. Our lender said that the title should have been cleared and done with at the very beginning.
  • Anyone else have an Answer?? This is the point of a title company and insurance. Right?? "A real estate transaction needs to have guarantees and assurances that the new buyer is purchasing a property with a clear title. This clear title is guaranteed by the Title Co which handles the transaction and insures that the property is transferred without any clouds on the title. This transfer of title is guaranteed by an insurance policy issued at the time of the transaction called Title Insurance." This is relevant with any transaction requiring a lender, other than a sheriffs sale. This is an automatic and is enclosed in the closing cost that is broken down in the paperwork of the buyer and seller responsibilities...to the buyer. The problem is the clarity(the grey areas)....happen.
  • Of course they can. You lender doesn't have to approve the loan if there's a lien on the title, but NOTHING prohibits a house for going to market with a lien. Have your agent go over your contingencies with you. You should have had a financing contingency, which means that if the loan is not approved, you can back out of the sale without losing your earnest money. Why do you have to pay for an extension? All it is is getting all 3 parties in this case to sign a piece of paper. I don't know who the "they" are that are refusing to pay for anything, but I see no responsibility to any other party with the appraisal. If you bank is requiring that WF clear the lien, then WF has the choice to do that or to let the sale fall through. You can make another offer, this time with a contingency that the lien must be cleared by a certain date.
  • It is perfectly legal to place a house on the market for sale without a 'clear title'. You need to understand that precious FEW houses go to market with a clear title (Any outstanding mortgage owed by the sellers is a title cloud, and a judgment lien falls in the same category.) This situation could have been EASILY discovered earlier had you and/or your real estate agent taken the time to have a title check run. This should be STANDARD practice on the part of your agent. EVERY time I get an accepted offer, the FIRST thing I have done is a title check. This isn't Wells Fargo's fault any more than it is YOUR fault. Again, live and learn.
  • Seek professional legal help asap. I believe the lien will stay with the property, even after transferred, and you don't want that; but I also think you can sue WF on this one.
  • You failed to pay for a title search which would have discovered the lien and saved you this headache. No your failure to proceed correctly is your fault not the seller.
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