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Hola, yo estoy buscando la forma de incluir a mi esposa en el titulo de propiedad de mi casa, la pregunta es cual el la mejor forma y si existe alguna opción de hacerlo sin tener que refinanciar pues esto ya lo hice hace un año y tengo el interes fijo para dos años que se me vence en Diciembre de 2008. Gracias

Formulada por: Isidoro Martinez
2/15/2008 5:39:29 PM
     
  R: Gracias por contactarnos y darnos la oportunidad de informarte.

Para contestar tu pregunta te dire que depende en que estado del pais vivas te sera posible incluir tu esposa en el titulo de propiedad.

Por ejemplo en la Florida cuando haces el cierre de la casa debes en ese momento incluir a tu esposa en el titulo. Mi consejo es que contacte a un abogado o representante de titulo (quizas el que te ayudo a cerrar el contrato de tu casa hace dos anos) y preguntale como es el proceso en tu area.

Recuerda si tienes mas preguntas me las puedes enviar en www.realestatelatino.com que tengas mucha suerte y nos mantienes informados.

Bill Arce


Answer by Bill Arce 2/21/2008 9:49:37 PM

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