Can I buy a house before selling my other one?
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How do I add a person to the deed on my house?
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How do you deal with the taxes when you are gifted a house?
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Depending on your son's age, if he is able to enter into a contract, yes, on the title, but perhaps not the mortgage. Consult your clerk of court.
You can add your son as an owner of your house but the tax laws will regard that as a gift.
Absolutely you can. It is your house and you can put anyone's name on it. Remember though if anything happens to you then he will be held liable.
Yes. This can be done by adding him to the deed. However, it does make the house an asset for which any debts he has can be liable.
Absolutely. As long as your son is an adult, adding him as an owner to your house should not be difficult. In general, the legal paperwork involved is minimal. However, you should consult a tax lawyer before doing so.
If he's over the age of 18, you can refinance the house and add him as a co-owner. Or you can gift him the house and put the title in his name.
No, not yet. You can make him nominee of your house but not an owner.
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