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Making Sure My Real Estate Transaction Is Correct

When I purchased my first home, I wasn't sure what to look for when it was time to fill out the contracts. Instead of focusing on the dates and policies, I worried more about when I would be getting the keys and things like that. Unfortunately, the deal that I made didn't work out for me long-term, and it was largely because I didn't understand the policies. After that experience, I read a lot about real estate and decided to create this website about the importance of working with real estate attorneys. Learn how the right attorney can improve your next home purchase by reading these articles.

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Will Your Bequests Be Honored?
30 April 2018

Everyone knows by now how important it is to have

Are Tensions Rising? 3 Ways To Avoid Fighting With Family Over Your Parent's Estate
13 January 2017

Unfortunately, a lot of families end up squabbling

Strategies For Renting An Apartment Post-Bankruptcy
29 February 2016

If your employer has asked you to relocated to a n

The Advantage Of Selling Real Estate Through An Installment Sale
23 November 2015

In addition to the sales price, the specific terms

Tips You Need When Expanding Your Business To A Bigger Location
11 November 2015

Business is booming, which means you may be outgro

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Will Your Bequests Be Honored?

Everyone knows by now how important it is to have a complete estate plan in place. That plan usually includes a will, which is one of the oldest and most recognized ways to deal with the deceased's property and debts. To be a dependable instrument, however, a will must be updated on a regular basis, or you could risk having a will that is plagued by the issue of ademption. Read on to learn more about one of the consequences of failing to update a will. Read More 

Are Tensions Rising? 3 Ways To Avoid Fighting With Family Over Your Parent’s Estate

Unfortunately, a lot of families end up squabbling in probate court and in private after the death of a parent. In most cases, the main cause of contention is the estate and how much each person stands to inherit. If you think your family is above it, don't be so sure. Financial matters, in and of themselves, are very stressful. Add the death of a parent on top of that, and you've got a perfect storm for an estate fight. Read More 

Strategies For Renting An Apartment Post-Bankruptcy

If your employer has asked you to relocated to a new city, then you may be concerned about your ability to rent an apartment in your new community since you recently had your debts discharged in bankruptcy. While renting an apartment post-bankruptcy can be challenging, you can use these strategies to locate a suitable apartment to rent near your new job: Search in High Vacancy Areas It is always better to search for an apartment in a neighborhood that has a high rate of vacant properties. Read More 

The Advantage Of Selling Real Estate Through An Installment Sale

In addition to the sales price, the specific terms of a real estate contract play a vital role in making the transaction acceptable to all parties. Sellers of real estate may be able to remain in a lower tax bracket, as well as receive interest income, by selling a property through an installment sale. An installment sale is a sale of property for which the seller receives some portion of the price after the year of disposition. Read More 

Tips You Need When Expanding Your Business To A Bigger Location

Business is booming, which means you may be outgrowing your current space. Not to worry, you can simply lease a larger space, either in a new location or by taking over some empty space in your current locale. Before signing that lease agreement, though, you need to make sure you are ready to negotiate so that your business gets the most from the space as possible. The following tips can help. Read More