Dan I know I'm late, but hopefully this will help someone.... I am not sure of the logistics of it all, but I can give you it from a banker's perspective. Our clients (at the bank) were able to call their Credit Cards (any card) and request a temporary increase in cash advance limit. From there we (the bankers) can run a cash advance in the branch. I have seen this run from $50-$5000. This is a way for them to get a quicker and higher cash advance without having to pull little bits out of the ATM, which I would imagine would trigger a hold at some point as the CC companies don't care for cash advances to much. Hope this helps!
Squatter on my vacant land property. What should I do?
SuitedConnector Tal Freibergs last edited by retipsterseth
I have a rural property that I sold on arb and the investor emailed me a pic of a junk RV that a buyer sent to him. I can't confirm it's on the property. Isn't it the buyer's problem to deal with since he has a terms contract?
I went ahead and called the sheriff to find out what's going on.
Tal Freibergs I think it is technically the buyer's problem, since they're basically the new owner now, but it might depend on how your loan documents are worded and whose responsibilities are whose.
Tal Freibergs, if I can ask, how did this one turn out? Any on-going issues with squatters?
donyost Don Yost last edited by
Tal Freibergs it sounds like your first step is to order a boundary survey to confirm or deny whether this junk RV is actually on the subject property. Once you know the situation, then you'd have enough information to begin responding accordingly.
SuitedConnector Tal Freibergs last edited by
David Ludwig The Sheriff finally checked the property and said it was clear, nobody/nothing there.
Tal Freibergs whew! That's a relief!