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Asked 02/25/2009 06:47 pm CT (Orlando, FL)

If my name is on my homes deed but not on the loan but I pay the mortgage and the taxes can I claim the property taxes, and real-estate taxes on my taxes


Consult your tax advisor. However, I have personal experience w/ the same situation where I claim t...

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Asked 12/16/2006 07:24 am CT (Turnersville, NJ)

My husband & I have 2 yrs. left on a 5 yr. fixed rate @ 4.75%. The lender, a savings bank, could not include our real estate taxes in the loan. What a mistake! Too hard for us to budget. I would like to know, if I can pay off what I owe(approx. $35,000) and maybe an additional $10,000 with another 5yr. or less fixed rate that would include our real estate taxes. Would I need to finance with a bank, mortgage co., or other to have our RE taxes included? Would I have to pay closing costs? Etc... Please respond! thanks!


Michelle, You definitely do not want to pay closing costs simply to satisfy this situation. As Prest...

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Asked 02/15/2006 09:52 am CT (Collingswood, NJ)

Hello, I had a general question regarding mortgages and was wondering if you can help me out. I was considering paying off a house. Can you tell me if I would still need to get a mortgage. I was not sure because of the real estate taxes and homeowners insurance part of the mortgage (PITI). How are these handled if one does not get a mortgage? And can you tell me how the closing cost would work? Thanks.


To clarify on your question on how to handle your currently impounded taxes and insurance,usually yo...

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