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July 2017 Archives

What needs to be disclosed during a real estate sale?

A seller has an obligation to disclose any potential problem with regards to residential real estate that could affect the value of the property. Furthermore, it is illegal to willfully conceal or hide defects or problems with the property from a buyer.

Things to keep in mind while selling your home

Selling a home is not easy. Unless you are a professional or have experience selling houses in the past, it can seem like an incredibly intimidating endeavor. Making certain that you have all the appropriate and necessary paperwork is essential to making certain that your transition is smooth, legal and free of potentially damaging errors. Such errors could cause not only delays in processing a transaction, but could potentially cost you a substantial amount of money.

What can go wrong in a closing?

The idea of buying a new home is among the highlights in the lives of millions of people throughout the United States, including those living in and near Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Broward County. But as the old proverb goes, "haste makes waste." If you are on the verge of a real estate closing, there are several things you should remind yourself and do in order to prevent future issues down the line.

Identify potential risks when involved in a short sale

There is a common phrase we often hear throughout life: "If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is." While of course there are always exceptions to be made regarding any deal, it is still often the case. Take the "short sale," for example.