Last month, we began our series on some common real estate terminology I hope you find helpful to know, either as a buyer or a seller. This month we continue our series and kick it off with the letter “I”
The last few years have been extremely difficult for many homeowners. With changes to income, uncertainty about work, health concerns and a variety of other factors, many people are facing issues with their mortgage.
We are already over the two year mark of when Covid became a household name in our lives and a lot has changed. I thought it would be interesting to share some of the changes with the courts and real estate and how its affected people and will affect them ongoing.
You found a house you love OR you are about to sell your home. Exciting times until your attorney sees the title report. A seller is generally obligated to provide marketable and insurable title. The title report is the document which shows the legal status of that property and...
This month, we are going to focus on some of the common issues I see pop up that could delay a closing on the purchaser’s side in a real estate transaction. Next month, I will dig into the seller’s side, so stay tuned!
We’ve been chatting the past few months about real estate and this month we focus on the initial home inspection and the final walk-through, which is really the last chance a purchaser has before they are handed the keys.
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