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Coronavirus on Real Estate Purchases, Foreclosures and Evictions:  We can get people into houses, but it’s hard to get them out

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every aspect of life in America and across the globe. We can get people into houses, but it’s hard to get them out. Read More
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Mortgage Relief Created by the CARES Act – Frequently Asked Questions

If you own a home subject to a mortgage, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act or “CARES Act” creates a mortgage relief system that you should be aware of. Read More
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Buyer Beware: Don't Fall…

Buyer Beware: Don't Fall Victim to the Latest Real Estate Wire Fraud Scheme

Across the nation, scammers are stealing money from unsuspecting home buyers by posing as real estate or title agents by email and providing fraudulent wire instructions. Read More
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Tenant Rights to Terminat…

Tenant Rights to Terminate a Lease

Dear Tai: My landlord won’t fix anything and is in breach of my lease for other reasons. I want to stop paying rent and move out immediately. Because the landlord won’t comply, can I say “bye-bye?” - Sincerely, Very Angry Tenant Read More
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Declarations and Neighborhood Restrictions

Declarations and Neighborhood Restrictions go under different names but the result is the same. Read More
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What Happens when the Buyer Walks from the Deal?

Many times we think the seller will just take the earnest money and we can walk away. It may not be that simple. Read More
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Installment Sales Contracts for the Purchase of Real Estate and Equitable Foreclosure: Buyer and Owner Beware

Installment sale contracts are a popular method to transfer real estate, especially when obtaining traditional financing from a bank is simply not possibly for the buyer. Bad credit, excessive credit card debt, a previous bankruptcy — there are a m… Read More
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