“Do I Have to Claim this Home when Applying for a New Mortgage?”

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“Do I Have to Claim this Home when Applying for a New Mortgage?”

 

Hey Joe, Can I ask you a question, when I claimed Bankruptcy I had a house that I kept. My Daughter lives in it and pays the Mortgage that is in my name. It does not show up on my credit report owing because of Bankruptcy.  So do I have to include this when I apply for a new house? If I do how will this affect me getting another house? I want to transfer to her but her and her husband both have bad credit and make about $50,000.00 a year and with 1 dependent. 

 

This is a common question for folks that filed bankruptcy and still have a home in their name. Since the home is still in their names yes, the asset and the mortgage must be disclosed on a mortgage application.

There is no simple answer.  What would work best is that I work with the daughter to improve credit so that she can qualify for the purchase of the home. No matter what, we will figure out a way to make it work.

 

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Rainmaker
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Barbara Todaro
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Good information for all to know.... I'm sure that person's bankruptcy attorney would be educating him and confirming your answer....

Dec 04, 2020 03:12 AM #1
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Wayne Martin
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Good morning Joe. A man with multiple sources has multiple opportunities, especially when they are patient and looking at the long run. Enjoy your day!

Dec 04, 2020 04:43 AM #2
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Kathleen Daniels, Probate & Trust Specialist
KD Realty - 408.972.1822 - San Jose, CA
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That would have been my guess Joe ... yes, you have to claim it but I will always ensure clients talk to a professional who knows the answers! 

No doubt you will figure out a way to make it work.

Dec 05, 2020 02:27 PM #3
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