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    Re: Property Taxes - Name On Title

    Posted by Frankie on 7/05/08

    On 5/27/08, TaxCrazy wrote:
    The short answer is: if you paid the taxes, then you can claim

    However, I am wondering why a lender would lend money to
    someone who is not the title-owner of the security; thus, I
    tend to think that you are a joint owner or tenant in common
    with the party or parties on the loan. If this is true, then
    we're going to need more facts before we can give you a cogent
    answer to your question.

    > If my name is on title for a house but I am not on the loan
    > that financed the house can I still claim taxes on the
    > house?
    > Thank you for the help.

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • Property Taxes - Name On Title, 5/27/08, by TaxCrazy.
  • Re: Property Taxes - Name On Title, 7/05/08, by Frankie.

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