Robin Miriam Gronsky’s Guides

Robin Miriam Gronsky

Ridgewood Real Estate Attorney.

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  1. Do You Need to Take Continuing Education Courses This Year?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    Are you aware that loan originators will need to take at least eight (8) hours of continuing education this year? Thats right, the SAFE Act doesnt just require the twenty (20) hours of pre-licensing education. Now that you are licensed, you need to take continuing education ever...

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  2. What Are You Doing Differently To Stay In The Mortgage Business?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    The number of licensed mortgage brokers, lenders, and loan officers is a fraction of what it was five (5) years ago. If you are still working in the mortgage industry, you are serious about your business. But, the industry has changed and is still changing. What worked in the pas...

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  3. What Do I Do If My Spouse Can't Come to the Closing?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    Its almost time for the closing and you discover that your spouse will need to be on a business trip during the time that you are supposed to close on your house purchase. What do you do? You can ask the sellers if they would be willing to move the closing to a date that would ...

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  4. Does Your Business Have a Social Media Policy?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    The most common social media are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, blogging, and YouTube. Millions of people use these websites or send tweets or watch videos every day. Do your employees spend time on these websites during the business day? Do you care whether they tweet abo...

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  5. How to Hold Title to Real Estate

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    What does the question "how should I take title to my real estate" even mean? Why is it important? What kind of options do you have? If you look at a deed, the sellers and buyers are named, and then the names are followed certain words or abbreviations that have legal significanc...

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  6. What is an Outside General Counsel?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    When you started your new business, you may have just created your corporation or LLC and started selling your product or service. You may or may not have consulted a lawyer to see what state or local legal requirements you need to comply with, what written agreements you needed ...

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  7. How the SAFE Act Has Changed the Mortgage Broker Licensing Process

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    Once upon a time, when you wanted to get licensed as a mortgage broker, you filled out a paper application, submitted it together with several pieces of additional documentation that your state required, and then you (hopefully) got your license. Each state had different requirem...

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  8. Finding Your Home-Buying Team

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    When you buy a home in New Jersey, you will be working with a group of professionals who will assist you from the moment you start the home-buying process until you move into your home. Who are these people and how will they help you? Although most people who want to buy a home ...

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  9. Why You Should Do a Regular Evaluation of your Business

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, almost 4 years ago.

    January 1st is a time when some of us make New Years resolutions for ourselves. As business owners (or owners-to-be if you are thinking about starting or buying a business), you should make some resolutions that will help your business to grow and make you more money or a happier...

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  10. What are the Seller’s Closing Costs on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement?

    Written by attorney Robin Gronsky, about 4 years ago.

    When you finally get to the closing on the sale of your property, your lawyer will present you with the federally-required HUD-1 Settlement Statement (the HUD-1). The buyers lawyer typically prepares the HUD-1 and I usually get a draft of the document the day before the closing....

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