Category Archives: Renting and Tenant Rights
How Do I Evict a Tenant Using a Deal to Buy?
Evicting a tenant is nothing new in the real estate business, but many landlords and tenants are unaware that flooding can happen when the tenant has signed a contract to buy a home. A contract to buy, often known as a rental purchase agreement, allows the tenant to cover rent for a specified period of […]
How Do I Avoid a Property Tax Lien?
A real estate tax lien can be filed against you if you do not pay certain taxes associated with you or the property that you have. A real estate tax lien, which is typically registered by a legal or government agency, is regarded as an involuntary lien, and doesn’t want the property owner’s approval to […]
What's a Junior Lien Holder?
When you take out a mortgage loan, the lender acquires a lien or financial stake on your property that he can attempt to maintain by foreclosure if you default on the mortgage. If you take out a second mortgagealso called a home equity loanthat lender becomes a junior lienholder, with the initial mortgage as mature. […]