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Property Histories: Why They Matter


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Property Histories: Why They Matter

Fresh out of college, I found a home to buy. The place was just what I wanted and even had room to add on in the years to come. After buying the property and moving in, I found out there were some problems with the title to the property. The result is that I spent several thousand dollars in order to get the mess squared away. If I had consulted with one of the real estate attorneys in town first, the whole matter could have been avoided. Since that time, I've learned to never commit to a real estate deal without seeking legal help. For anyone who is considering the purchase of a property, let me tell you why past title transfers and deed information is so important. Once you learn more about my experience, the idea of seeing an attorney will make perfect sense.

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Seeing that your rights are protected when you acquire or sell a property is important, and a real estate law attorney can answer many of the questions you might have about the process. If you're wondering whether it's time to seek counsel, these three common situations are ones that often call for the assistance of a real estate law attorney services firm. Disclosure of Materials Facts One of the biggest mistakes folks make when selling properties is failing to fully disclose materially important facts about the state of the property. Read More 

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As someone who has worked to provide a stable home and good financial life for a family, getting older can cause you to worry. You may accept that you'll eventually pass away, but feel pressure to ensure that your family will be secure when that happens. You might worry that probate court awaits them, but here are a few of the ways you can help relatives bypass that court so that they can receive everything you want them to have when you are gone. Read More 

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Buying a foreclosure can be a great way to snap up a bargain on the property market. However, many budding developers make mistakes when it comes to buying this type of property. To help you with this, below are three common mistakes when buying foreclosures and how to avoid them: Buyers Aren't Clear on What They're Buying Typically, when you buy a property, you are able to speak to the previous owner about the condition of the structure and any possible renovations that might need to be carried out. Read More 

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Having an estate plan is an important part of being an adult. You should get one when you are young and then continue to revise and revamp it as you age. It is especially important that you have a good estate plan when you near retirement and enter your golden years. However, many people wonder what they can do to make their plan solid enough that their family won't fight over it. Read More