Far from home told the story of a son bearing the weight of expectation. It starts…, The two high school morning show anchors recap the blip event. The film moves quickly into meta-commentary when one anchor asks …Where are the Avengers? What’s the plan?
For many of us that question was answered after ongoing negotiations to keep Spider-Man in the MCU stalled/failed. After Thursday’s news Peter would be leaving the MCU. The internet has an evolving take on whether this is a good or bad thing. Initially, the news was all bad. Sony took the most damage, as Marvel dropped the news and slo mo walked away. Sony responded by suggesting that Marvel precipitated the split by declaring that Kevin Feige’s creative talents were to be removed from his duties in the MCU-Spiderverse (Marvel apparently informed Sony that Mr. Feige’s focus needed to be on integrating the Fox properties like X-Men and Fantastic 4 into the MCU).
**“Much of today’s news about Spider-Man has mischaracterized recen... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sincerest thanks for taking the time to read this. If this will help me or anyone else it will be worth sharing.
Location: Pasco County, Florida
Idiot me (24 at the time) buys a mobile home (MH) and property in 2014 through a shady company offering Rent to Own in a desperate attempt to get away from home. I satisfied the mortgage in 17' and company sends over a deed and satisfaction of mortgage. Idiot me doesn't know MH needs a car title issued through the DMV to convey ownership, I never ask for it and it's never given.
I decide to sell the MH late in 18' using a realtor. Now with a potential buyer ready we all realize I have no title (insert bugs bunny smashing himself in the face with a hammer gif here). We contact the shady company and they send over a title, praise be.
The Title Issue:
However, the title is totally bogus (what my MH title specialist has said) it list one trust at the top and list a different trust where it is signed. More importantly... keep reading on reddit ➡
What rights do the co-signers have to the home? Why do people use co-signers in the first place? Any personal experience reddit can offer? and also what if the co-signers files for bankruptcy? Would the home be in danger in anyway?
Thank you in advance!
Hoping the title is vague enough to be spoiler-free, but I am seeing a lot of folks that aren't getting the Russo Rules of Time Travel. I'll admit that I didn't at first either, but I have thought of some ways to make sense of it. I'll try to be brief. For purposes of this explanation, the "standard" timeline is the timeline with the current characters in the current year after the time jump; the timeline we have been following narratively for the last 22 movies.
First off, Russo time travel deliberately shits on the general cinema time travel cliches we've come to hold every movie to, and makes it work. "Your past-self dying" or "your parents never meeting" does not mean that the you who traveled to the past ceases to exist. Changing an event in the past does not affect YOUR past: your experiences, your emotions, or the timeline you came from. What happens instead is a new, separate branch of the timeline is created, and that particular reality you're visiting changes cour... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm planning to buy a house with my husband (first time home buyer, new home build in Manitoba) for about $530k. When I talked to my mortgage specialist for the pre-approval (TD), she said that I would need to save up for my down payment (minimum 28k) + 2% for other costs (land transfer tax, laywer fees, etc.)
I currently have that amount put away (roughly $39k). I was talking to one of my friends and she said that I should be saving up about $70k due to closing costs. She said her lawyer fees were about $17k because she transferred the land when the foundation was built to save $ on the land transfer tax and that was 3 draw mortgage transactions (?). The lawyer also arranged for her mortgage registrations, etc. $17k seems a bit much...
I just want to know how much money I should have up front. I know I have to have money to buy furniture and appliances as well but I want to know if I actually need $60-70k for down payment + other closing costs.
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So I have a lovelace UI setup with a floorplan and my smart bulbs. I have been testing out the toggle feature for state-icons in picture-elements.
sample excerpt from ui-lovelace.yaml:
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views: - icon: mdi:home id: home title: home theme: dark-mode panel: true cards: - type: picture-elements scale: 65% image: [url] panel: true elements: # Hall - type: state-icon tap_action: toggle entity: light.hall style: top: 41% left: 56.5% # Corner - type: state-icon tap_action: toggle hold_action: call-service service: light.turn_on service_data: entity_id: light.co
(I had to abbreviate Black History Month in the title due to character constraints)
In 1951, the San Francisco DonsSan Francisco went 9-0 and received a tentative invitation to the Orange Bowl, the game that eventually produced an unclaimed National Championship (which was awarded by two writers' associations) for the Bobby Dodd-led Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech. That invitation, though, was conditioned on the requirement that the team leave their two star African American players home. Faced with the choice of accepting the invitation & likely securing funding for the team’s future or leaving two of their teammates behind, they refused. They were not selected to a bowl game and the team was forced... keep reading on reddit ➡
My partner and I have been together for several years and have two children together. He is a lawyer and I am a high school teacher, so his income is substantially larger than mine. We have been planning to buy a home for quite some time and it has recently come out that while he expects me to make half of the monthly payment, he will not add me to the mortgage or the title of the home. He says that this is because he deals with divorces and real estate disputes all the time and he thinks buying a home together is a terrible idea. I think that paying half the mortgage and having no legal interest in the property sounds like a terrible idea. He would be making the down payment and his credit is substantially better than mine. What is fair in this situation? How can we buy a home together and make sure that we are both protected?
Edit: We live in Maine.
I just think the song deserved to be a title track maybe not over bwl maybe a repack the same year .. that song was really the highlight of the mots: persona album , I can see why they chose since it feels more mainstream friendly and something that would had more radio plays. What do y’all think ?
.5 acres btw, not 2 acres. Full legal description omitted for his privacy.
Note: quitclaim deed means that a) the mortgage and the security the home was used for remain on title until paid for. I'd call it "dirty title" for short.
*Edit: Thank you all for the insight and advice. My husband and I obviously don't have a lot of experience when it comes to finances (and legalities), so this has been very helpful. Now we'll know how to back our rejection if it becomes an issue.
My mother in law use to make a lot of money but lost her job. She fell back on her savings in hopes that it was only temporary, but went through her savings in about 2 years. She had other things going on preventing her from working elsewhere fulltime, but was/is doing side work that'll only cover half of her bills. She ended up maxing out all of her credit cards and is not able to make their payments and her mortgage.
Due to the type of work she does, she cannot file for bankruptcy because apparently people who sell life insurance isn't allowed to go bankrupt. She came up with the idea that she wants to transfer the house title to my husband so creditors can't come after her only asset. She doesn't want to live in the house any longer... keep reading on reddit ➡
I suspect that my request may be too broad, but I am trying to get estimates for the fees/expenses of buying a home so that I can compare them to outright renting. I didn’t know if there was a nifty website that helped to list the average cost of fees for the services and costs related to purchasing a home
A quick synopsis of the facts without releasing any address information.
#1: There are two mobile trailers where Wings lives. The first home is owned by Sara J. Peavy his grandmother. It has an assessed value of $23,000.00 (13k land, 10k home).
#2: His Mom is still the sole owner of the home and land where Wingo currently lives.
#3: His mom and her new husband also own the property where Jordie's brother lives. This means that in all likelihood (based on the title search info I have) Wings' home was used as security.
In other words, Wings home is currently, as of this date, being used as real (property) security for one or more homes. It in all likelihood is Kenny's home, but it's possible that she owns another home and used it as security for that.
SO YOU AIN'T GETTING THAT TITLE IN YOUR NAME ANYTIME SOON WINGO. They are likely using it as a supplement to retirement. Until Kenneth's home is paid off, that title can't go to him.
My wife currently works for Lionbridge as rater. I found a simular job at Sykes, where it allows me to work from home as well. I am not sure if I would be allowed to work at Sykes without interfering with my wife's work at Lionbridge, as I have heard they don't like when people in the same household work the same job. I just want to know if it would be safe for me to apply with Sykes and not get us both in trouble or if there is anyway we can both work for the two different companies.
So my dad is about to retire and he is looking to transfer the title of our house to me. He said the reason he's looking to do this is because of his medicaid or something where if he ends up using his medical insurance then they might put a lien on our home to pay the medical bills if any.
My dad refinanced our home to a 15 year loan so that he could pull out the money and help pay for my college tuition. There's about 12 years left on the loan. My dad will continue to pay the monthly mortgage payments when the title is under my name.
I am 21 year old who just graduated college last year with no debt to my name. In about 2-3 years I am looking to purchase residential properties as investments (duplex, triplexes etc.) and and renting the homes out. And then eventually commercial real estate.
A few questions for this situation.
The house adjacent to mine has been empty for over 5 years. The front porch lights are still on, these people have moved away without saying anything and have never returned to check on the house which is unlocked. I understand you need to be living there 7 days a week, year-round and not hiding this from the public eye (this won’t be a problem to pull off). The tricky part is you need to prove you’ve been living there for 10 years to claim the title. This means utility bills and mail being delivered in your name. Can I just call the water company and put the bill in my name and get a magazine delivered to the house monthly to claim the title after the 10 year period? Or do I have to be the one paying taxes as well?
Buying a home with my boyfriend. We are tenants in common and creating a cohabitation agreement. He is putting down 84% of downpayment, I am putting down 16%.
Can title be registered as 50/50 or does it have to be registered consistent with the downpayment percentages?
Wondering if this is true or lawyer working in his favor and not mine. Using his lawyer who does his families business. Paying for fees equally.
Canada, Ontario law.
My mother got an offer to take over the mortgage payments of a home owned by a family friend. Said party was in an urgent bind to offload this house because of financial and personal health struggles. Unfortunately, my mother agreed to pay them some amount and transfer the title of the home to us with the understanding that she would cover the remaining mortgage payments left on the house. However, this agreement was said without being fully informed about the state of the house nor having access to the mortgage payment records.
She never signed anything herself but it was a General Warranty Deed with our names on it and that document was signed by the previous home owners. The lawyer has submitted the title paperwork to the city to change property ownership in the name of my mother and I already. Now, we are wondering what are our options are....can we transfer the title back to them at all? If not, we are now exploring not giving any additional money to the previous home owner.... keep reading on reddit ➡
He would go on to hit 689 more home runs for his career, after accomplishing all of the above. In 14 of the following 15 seasons, he would have an OPS of 1.000 or higher, and he would have an OPS of 1.100 or higher in 13! of them. I know it was a different era, but it's astonishing to see how amazing the stats just are. Babe Ruth was in no way overrated, he was every bit the legend we hear of.
My parents just put in an offer on a small snowbird home/trailer in a retirement community in Arizona. Their offer was accepted and my mom told me they want to put my name on the title with theirs.
The reason to put my name on the title is that if something were to happen to them, the house would be mine to sell and collect the money, instead of the sale going to pay off other debts or a nursing home, etc., after their death.
They are paying cash in full, so there will be no mortgage. I want to know, how do I find more information about what I will be on the hook for legally with this property? Additionally, how do I learn what effect this might have on my finances/taxes? This seems super great, so there must be a downside to uncover somewhere.
I'm an only child, I live in KY; their primary residence is in SD.
Hello, I am looking for advice on a situation in my personal life. My mother and father got divorced in 2012 where she was awarded the house by the judge. The title of the home is under a trust (My sister and I are 50/50 beneficiaries) however my father's name is still on the loan. My mom was trying to get my father's name off the loan in 2016 but she got diagnosed with Brain Cancer and our focus changed. My mom has been paying the mortgage out of her personal checking account since before 2012. My question to you is can my dad do ANYTHING against us now that my mom has passed and since his name is still on the loan? My mom passed away in January so this is all still very fresh and very new. The mortgage is still getting taken out of my moms account (my sister and I are part owners on the account). Can my father mess with the Loan at all even though he hasn't paid anything towards the loan? We are in California. My sister and I have been living with our mother in the same said house si... keep reading on reddit ➡
Please help. I've tried using the USA version and the EUR version and neither work. I'm trying to use the 1.9 version of the cia. My device is a new 2ds xl if that helps.
The first and most memorable lyrics of the chorus are “Country roads take me home,” not “Take me home, country roads.” I know, the last line of the chorus is “take me home, country roads,” but it’s less impactful than the first line.
It also makes it confusing when I’m searching for the song. Dammit, John Denver.
I know that under Wilson C-506/04 and under Commission v Luxembourg C-193/05, the language test is not possible. Also, under C-431/17, no conditions should be given except of the qualification certificate required for registration under Art. 3 of 98/5/EC and the certificate may be required to not be older than 3 months.
But is there any other way to argue that it is not possible?
Don’t know if this is the correct subreddit for this or not...
I live in the USA (Georgia) Recently bought a car from my grandparents who live in Florida. Went to register, paid everything, all went well. Noticed that I wasn’t given the title for the car back. Wasn’t told by the tag office employee if there were any issues or information regarding them keeping my title...
Is that normal? It’s my first time registering a vehicle in my name and I’m honestly a little embarrassed to even ask...
Well it really got me thinking ...how every title screen is usually a place on the map ...or dictates a place ....or shows a overlay of the map ...but the season 4 home screen doesn't ,are respawn just ending there trend or are there some secrets to world's edge
They confirmed that you can transfer from Bank to Home while its still running, but have no plans of adding the older games to Home. That means that after Bank shuts down you can no longer transfer your Pokemon from the previous games to the new ones.
I have Pokemon from FireRed that I use in Ultra Moon, that's cool as fuck but apparently Game Freak doesn't care about that anymore. The magic of replaying the old games and being able to transfer you Pokemon more and more forwards with each release will now disappear. Replaying the old games wont be the same now that I have to stop at UM and then start fresh at Lets Go.
Its incredibly sad that they didn't bother to make Home better than Bank, and they just made it to kill of compatibility with the pre-Switch titles.
so i was wondering if i could transfer my pokemon in ultra sun to bank to home (mobile, if it gets fixed) but am i gonna need a switch to do the process cause i ain't gonna get one till like later this week, and if so, is there any money required to do the process? (aside for the premium for home), and do i need premium in order to transfer from bank?
So we did a limited FHA 203K mortgage on a property last summer. It was to upgrade some basic elements of the house (electric box, sealing some stucco outside the home, remove an old in ground oil tank.). Our lawyer told us at closing there was an open permit but it was explained as a non issue since we’re doing work anyway. Work was permitted and approved and completed in December.
We’re now in the process of obtaining permits for a new kitchen and bathroom. Our local building department told us while our permits were approved there is an open permit from 1954 to complete the second floor of the home (house was built in 1953). Turns out the house was never issued a Certificate of Occupancy. Our kitchen and bathroom are minor fixes that are more cosmetic than anything but now we’re being told we need to have an architect draw up the plans for our second floor and fix any potential code violations to obtain a CofO for the home.
Our budget is incredibly tight and we’re doing the... keep reading on reddit ➡
I recently moved cities because of this and it wasn't really brought to my attention until after I signed all the paperwork that my name and address are now publicly searchable. I was a renter before this and didn't even think about it.
I did some checking and it looks like I could put the house under an anonymous LLC? But that wouldn't help since my name would be on the title history.
Is there any way to file a correction or amendment or something to remove my name for the records and put an LLC in its place? So many things going on with the purchase I didn't consider this before buying... So it is set in stone or is there room to file corrections or amendments?
Is there anything else that could be done? this is in denver
Hi, I (M39) and my ex (F34) are divorcing and we own a home together. I would rather avoid selling the house and I have a low interest rate of 3.5%, so I don't want to refinance. I'm a freelancer and so getting a loan assumption is tricky. We're splitting the equity in the home as part of the divorce. We're about 4 years into a 30 year mortgage. I have heard that there might be a simple way to draw up a contract that would make me the solely liable person while leaving her on the title and mortgage. Basically absolving her of all claims and liabilities unless I die in which case she can just have the house. I trust her to not bump me off :)
Any ideas on plusses and minuses of this plan?