1. Houses that have been signed online and have not yet obtained real estate certificates. In a legal sense, such a house belongs to a quasi certified house. Because all the procedures are legal and effective, they have been filed on the website of the housing authority. For various reasons, the homeowner has not yet handled the real estate certificate. If you want to buy such a house, there are two ways of transaction: one is to let the owner register the real estate certificate, and then carry out the transaction according to the second-hand house, but this way requires both parties to bear a lot of taxes; the other way is to remove the online sign for record through various legal ways, such as the owner can check out to the developer, naturally remove the online sign, and then the buyer will go to the developer To purchase, the next step is to go through the normal procedures. This way can reasonably and legally avoid taxes, but the premise is that the three parties must reach a consensus and sign a good contract, and understand in detail whether the local policies allow.
2. Shed to house. Now shantytowns are being rebuilt all over the country. The original residents will get one or more houses to be demolished. This kind of house is commonly known as shed house. Such a house is planned by the state. The formalities are legal but the real estate certificate has not been obtained for the time being. For various reasons, the state has not yet issued a policy on how to apply for real estate certificates for such houses, but it is only a matter of time before such houses will be granted legal real estate certificates in the future. This kind of house can be bought. When purchasing, pay attention to not only signing the house purchase contract with the owner, but also signing the agreement with the neighborhood committee or villagers committee of the street where the house is located, and even all the relatives related to the house, such as the immediate relatives of the owner, must sign the agreement, even if they are required to sign a word on the contract. This is because the sale of this kind of house is not protected by the state law. Once a relative of the owner stands up for the right, the buyer will fall into endless wrangles. After signing the agreement, it is specially noted that all the ownership of the house belongs to the buyer and has nothing to do with the seller in the future. In this way, this kind of house can be purchased at a certain risk. When the real estate certificate can be handled later, the house will be legally registered with the formalities.
3. Villagers' houses. At present, in the countryside, some villagers have several houses because of the lax implementation of various policies, and they will sell some of them. Such a house can also be purchased, but it is also not protected by national laws. Because you can live after you buy it. Once the house is demolished, the original homeowner will come out to ask for it, and will fall into endless lawsuits. When buying such a house, we should also sign an agreement with the village committee and the seller's relatives as above. Although it is not protected by law, it's better to leave more options for ourselves. If it's only for residential purchase, there's no need to worry about it. It's still very risky to invest.
4. A house in the countryside. At present, there is a kind of house in the society, that is, the village collective sells a piece of land to the urban residents at will, and the latter builds a house on it for sale. There is no guarantee for a house like this. It will be demolished at any time, making you lose your temper. Because this kind of house belongs to that kind of obvious illegal construction. To buy such a house, you only need to sign a contract with the owner, because even if you sign a contract with the village committee and other relatives, it is useless when you forcibly demolish it. After buying such a house, it depends on your luck and the ability to grasp the market situation. As long as the price has not been forced to move up, you can make profits. Such houses are not recommended to be held for a long time, and the policy risk is too great.
5. Finally, it belongs to the kind of house that has not been issued real estate certificate due to historical reasons. For example, Mr. Zhang has a house handed down from his ancestors in the city. Because Mr. Zhang has been celibate and doesn't understand policies, he hasn't applied for a real estate certificate. Zhang Laohan needs to sell for some reason. How can he buy such a house? If you really want such a house, the buyer can help the seller to inquire relevant policies and regulations, collect relevant information of the seller, assist the seller to handle real estate certificate, and then handle according to the second-hand house sales procedures. These are the five kinds of transactions of undocumented houses in the society. Dear, do you understand? I wish you an ideal house.