Next ?--Working with out of state seller - Posted by Karen (NY)


#1

Posted by Karen (NY) on January 05, 1999 at 09:14:26:

Thanks! I didn’t even know there was a strike. I guess I would just fill out the paperwork, have my signature notarized, express mail it and have them get their signatures notarized and then express mail back to me?


#2

Next ?–Working with out of state seller - Posted by Karen (NY)

Posted by Karen (NY) on January 04, 1999 at 12:06:30:

Hi all-

Many thanks for the good advice and encouragement regarding my potential L/O deal. I will keep you posted.

Assuming all goes well, how do I go about getting paperwork (contract, option, etc.) signed and notarized, since the seller lives in NC and the house and I are in NY?

Many thanks!
Karen :slight_smile:


#3

Re: Next ?–Working with out of state seller - Posted by Kevin(OK)

Posted by Kevin(OK) on January 05, 1999 at 09:53:43:

There is a document that the seller can sign to allow the title company to sign on the sellers behalf. This is a good idea if you think the seller might be hard to track down at closing time.

Hope this helps

Kevin(OK)


#4

Express Mail - Posted by BankRobber

Posted by BankRobber on January 04, 1999 at 22:31:53:

The Notary strike in NC has been resolved.