Buying a House from a Family Member?

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Business dealings with family members can be tricky. The best advice is to treat them no different than you would any one else. Insist on everything being in writing and everyone having a full understanding.
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1. Pay for a home inspection. The person selling the house may not know of anything wrong with the property, but it may still have issues. It is best to pay a professional to find
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1 Decide what kind of deed you want to transfer. Most transfers between family members are done by quitclaim deeds. Offer a warranty deed if you want to include a statement that you
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when you personally feel so.
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Pros: Rental Revenue, cheaper cost per unit when compared to single family. If you are in the building trades (plumbing, carpentry, electricity) you can make improvements at cost
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