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You may refinance the mortgage loan based on the length of time you have been residing in the house and if you are able to prove you have been paying the monthly mortgage each month out of your personal checking account separate from your daughter. The other requirement you have taken care of, your daughter added your name to the title deed, which is legal in all states. This is normal when one spouse is not on the mortgage loan, but is legally added to the title deed after the close of the purchase transaction, often by the same title company that closed the purchase or refinance transaction. The time period is two years. Most leaders would consider this a refinance if you qualify the length of time you have been living in the house and paying the monthly mortgage payment for 2 years or more. You would have to contact a local mortgage company where you would ask of their requirements to refinance. Make sue you tell them that you are on the title deed and have been paying the monthly mortgage for more that 2 years. If you are unable to prove you have been making the monthly mortgage for a period over 2 years, then your refinance would be considered a purchase from your daughter to you. There are normally methods in which you might do this without the exchange of down payment. Your daughter could make a second mortgage of the down payment. Of course you would need to pay the closing cost of the mortgage loan, such as title and escrow fees,as well as an appraisal. Using either method a refinance or a purchase these closing cost would be necessary to be paid. You would be required to prove you are able to pay the monthly mortgage and qualify for the new mortgage loan. You would need 2 years of federal income tax and w-2 forms as well as bank statements and pay stubs that cover a month. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
You can assume a indiana loan but you need to get prior approval from the bank holding the note. That will take a lot of time and there will be fees involved. It will be simpler and probably not cost extra to just get a new loan. If you don't do this correctly the indiana will foreclose on the loan. I expect this assumption idea will become popular when interest rates increase and the existing indiana loans become attractive because of the low rates you can't get anywhere else- but that is not true right now. You are buying the house. When you think about it that way you will see this process much more clearly.
You need to arrange financing, and "buy" the house from her, pay off the old loan. If her name is on the deed with you, she needs to do a deed out of her interest into you. If she is not on the old deed, there is only the loan payoff and refinance to be concerned with. Start with your bank's mortgage department. Take copies of everything.
If your name is on the title to the house, she cannot take out a new mortgage on the house without your consent because the bank will require you to sign any new debt that is secured by the house. If you are merely a co-signer on the current mortgage, and you are NOT listed as a co-owner on the title, then she can take a new mortgage on the house and pay off the existing mortgage without your permission.
You cannot 'assume' your daughter's indiana loan. You will need to take out a new mortgage loan on the property. At such time, you 'buy' the house from your daughter, removing her name from any ownership status.
The only way to get it in your name only is for you to get a new mortgage, pay off her loan and put the title in your name. So, if you have steady income, some downpayment, good credit history and can qualify for a mortgage, then that's your only option.
Your daughter committed loan fraud. You cannot use your indiana eligibility to buy a home for someone else. You can be on the title but you cannot assume her loan. If you want it in your name you need to purchase it from her & get your own new loan.
Your daughter cannot "put me in title" at the clerks office so you are not legally on the title. The seller, when she bought the property, would have to included you name in the deed. You will have to buy the home from her. realtor.sailor
With her permission yes but it will not be a indiana loan unless you qualify for one go to your states dept of consumer affairs it has all the state laws for real estate there a "bill of sale" has to be recorded in most areas also. Most require it state the property be"free of all liens and...something else" which means your mortgage money will be used by seller to pay off all existing loans, taxes, electric, water bills, etc to get it all up to date
You can NOT assume a indiana loan unless you are a veteran. You would have to purchase it from her.