Posted by Bassman on November 29, 1999 at 13:26:38:
Why not show him a copy of the purchase and sales agreement between you and the seller? Don’t have one? WHY not . You should always have a purchase and sales agreement , even when you get a house deeded to you , so you have proof that the transaction occured, besides just the Deed .
And have it notarized as proof, to keep yourself from getting in trouble. Where it says assumption price, scratch out assume, and out “subject to” . Shouldn’t be any problems.
Just my thoughts.