Wrong. You don't have a house 'in your son name'. It's your SON'S house, not yours. If you're a cosigner, you only guaranteed the loan. It's not like something you buy at a retail store. If you...
3 Answers · Business & Finance · 19/11/2009
9 Answers · Business & Finance · 06/02/2012
What was the cause of the fire? Go to your county housing authority, or the FHA.
4 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/02/2007
...equity is less than 80% and you're not on a government backed loan (FHA or VA or some state programs) you need PMI and there's no...
9 Answers · Business & Finance · 02/08/2006
OK, title insurance only covers ownership issues, not damage to the house. Regarding the water damage, you're going to have to file the claim wiht your homeowners insurance, but you're ALSO going to have to figure out where the water is...
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 14/03/2010
You must have at least 20% equity to avoid this. Not sure what you read online Note: Once you get to 20% equity, it will be slightly hard to remove. We had to go over that amount, since we did not want to pay for the mortgage company to come by and reappraise our home
4 Answers · Business & Finance · 18/07/2011
Well, it depends wildly on your credit score, where you're located, and WHAT KIND OF POLICY you're buying. If you're only buying $60,000 of coverage, either your house is about 500 square...
5 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/04/2010