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@Nelsont the landlord wants to sell the property and wants it vacant. He sent us a lease termination letter in February but since has accepted rent each month from us and at the end of February agreed to let us stay in the property. Each time I have asked him for anything he just comes back with “you need to leave, I’m going to evict you”.
However I did talk to my MC who said underwriting advised they can use the lease termination letter along with my bank statements showing the rent being paid each month. I have been very upfront about the whole situation both with the landlord and my MC. I would prefer to avoid legal action because of the cost but if necessary I will have no choice I guess.
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Literally crying here. He just responded and is refusing to give me a copy. He said the lease was ended in February so there is no longer a lease, and he Is refusing to fill out the VOR. I don’t know what to do. No matter what I do, apartment or house, I have to have SOMETHING showing our rental history and he is flat put refusing.
Sorry all, I just am at a loss and so upset.
@kefir81 I have contacted him multiple times to ask for a copy of the lease, he just ignores me and doesn’t respond. We don’t renew the lease yearly, the one we have has a clause in it that it renews annually automatically unless there is some sort of change. I’m really at a loss right now. I know he wants to sell the place, so why not help each other…send me a copy of the lease so we can get moving and go and complete your sale? I really don’t have money for an attorney right now with everything else. And anywhere we try to go, be it an apartment or buying a home, we are going to need a lease or verification from him. I’m just so frustrated.May 3, 2021 at 12:11 pm in reply to: How does household member’s debt affect my qualification if they are not on the #75304
Thanks all! I appreciate all the info given. You guys are awesome!May 3, 2021 at 12:11 pm in reply to: How does household member’s debt affect my qualification if they are not on the #75305
Thanks all! I appreciate all the info given. You guys are awesome!
I would suggest writing a letter to the seller telling them a little about yourself and what purchasing their home would mean to you and your family. Don’t be afraid to share and even pull some heart strings if necessary. I know several people who did this and got the house they really wanted even with other offers coming in higher and with more favorable conditions to the seller. Sometimes a heartfelt plea and extra EMD works. Good luck!April 14, 2021 at 12:31 pm in reply to: NEW NACA terms effective May 2021 priority and non priority members #75066