Yes. And I am not sure what the other answerer's are smoknig, but I want some. Your insurance premium will definitely rise since it will no longer be owner occupied. You will likely want to change your coverage around a bit too since the situation will change (like increasing medical for the sake of injury on the property but decreasing personal property since it won't be your stuff). At your option, you could require your tenant to carry renters insurance to cover their personal property.
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not really. What Sal is sinayg is that when you take out an interest only mortgage you don't pay any of the capital back until the end of term (which in this case is 10 years) and so every year you pay back the interest on the $1m that you borrow which is $100k. This means you pay back $100k every year for the 10 years but then at the end of the term you still need to pay the amount you originally borrowed so the payment in year 10 is $1m + $100k. Hope this helps.
That sounds like it will be a fun time (:okay so I'm just going to shoot out facts to you:1. Don't go walk benihd a horse2. Don't jump, run, scream, etc. when you are near the horse's it could spook them easily3. When holding the reins, hold them like yoru holding and ice cream cone upright4. Before mounting make sure your girth is tight (the strap holding the saddle to the horse)5. mount up from the left side, if your horse is tall, then I suggest using a mounting block or having your boyfriend give you a leg up.6. squeezing your ankles against the horse's side means go 7. pulling reins back means woah 8.I highly reccomend wearing a helmet9. wear stretchy jeans! I wouldn't be too worried, I am sure your boyfriend would be more than happy to show you help you with grooming, tacking, and learning how to ride. Just go and have fun! (:
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If you can get the real estate capnomy to do this then your luck isgreat!Therewere a few that would do this, but with the economybeing the way it is right now, I don't think you'll find any agency that would do this, it would be very bad risky business .
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You definitely need to niofty your insurance company. The property will no longer be owner occupied they can deny a claim. You will need to get a DP3/landlord policy. Your rates WILL NOT go down because the risk is higher. No one will take care of you home the way you do. Tenants increase the risk.Also, you would Never be liable for the personal property of a tenant (except if you were completely negligent). However, as a landlord I would require your tenants to carry a renters policy simply for the Liability portion of the policy. Liability is the coverage that protects you from you tenants or your negligence. Like, if you were at your property one day to do some yard work left the hose out on the sidewalk the postman trips over it. He would probably sue you. Liability covers that. I would suggest no less than $ 300,000 per occurance. It's usually pretty inexpensive (around $ 40.00 a year) to bump it up from $ 100,000.00 to $ 300,000.00.FYI: The insurance company probably would not deny the claim but after the claim was closed they would most definitely set you up for non-renewal. That looks very bad when shopping for a new company. One of the questions will be: Have you ever been non-renewed why?Hope this helps
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You have to have a connection with the repo coanipmes who pay around 5-6% of the purchase price to the listing company/agent. Sometimes you can connect with them online. Chase Home Finance, Homesteps, Wells Fargo are a few of the more common ones. Check with the local banks too. They often have repo properties that they'll pay a commission for the sale of. You have to be a licensed agent or broker though.
I'd say 1st find a good Mortgage broker/loan ofefcir and tell them that you are looking to buy a new home. Ask them to get you a loan pre-qualification or pre-approval (recommend) So you have idea on how much home you can afford.2nd would be the real state agent. Some broker has their own agent some doesn't. Your realtor will find your home base on the area you want to buy. And most of them work with other agents sales.3rd is the down payment. And maybe if your loan processed was slow late fees..
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