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Q: I saw your recent article about making sure that renovations were done with permits and was reminded of our situation a few years ago.
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Q: I guess it may be too late, but figured I’d ask. We did a reverse mortgage. We got almost no cash out of it, but it is eating up whatever equity remains with our loan that has an effective interest rate of almost 5%. Is there anything we can do? Thank you.
For reasons ranging from verbal abuse to unsatisfactory wages, referee shortages plague New York state and the entire country. The predicament has forced Section III officials to be creative in order to staff sporting events.
Q: How do I go about getting my house into our trust? Do I need to contact the person who did the trust for us? Do I need to use the attorney that set up the trust? Do I even need an attorney to do this?
Q: We’re in our early 80s and we own our home. We have a loan of about $95,000 and make monthly payments of $700 to the lender. We don’t have much in savings, but we do have some. If a major repair came along it would deplete our savings. Would we be smart to sell the home now and rent?
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The 2021 Cayuga County Men's District Golf Tournament is less than one month away.