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Just the term, foreclosure brings up feelings of fear and dread. No one wants to lose their house. You may have already heard the term, or you may fear hearing it soon as you’ve fallen behind on mortgage payments.
Most often there are so many things to deal with during a divorce that it becomes overwhelming and frustrating. One may not think clearly and make decisions based on their emotions which may not be the best decision at the time.
Foreclosure is a legal process that a lending institution or mortgage company obtains ownership of your home, in other words, a repossession of the property.
If you are the one who keeps the home after the divorce, you will have to take the loan while the other spouse goes through the buyout. Refinancing takes time and it’s often an emotional process.
Having to say my house is being foreclosed is something that homeowners never want to have to admit. Unfortunately home ownership comes with a lot of financial responsibilities.
Divorce house buyout may seem to add more complications in the divorce process. Getting a divorce can bring a lot of stress on yourself, your spouse and your entire family.
Divorce brings a toll on everything in your life – like who gets the house in a divorce? I will talk about who gets the house, settlement, and what happens to your property.
Selling rental property with tenants is quite common and many landlords are faced with the decision to sell whether they like it or not.
When dealing with rental houses, there are lots of potential issues that can arise. Evicting a tenant can be added stress to a landlord’s life.
The taxes for selling rental property in Iowa can be incredibly confusing for plenty of reasons, but don’t worry – I’m here to help you out.