Legal Advice for Buyer's Rights — 38 results
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, over 1 year ago.
For anyone contemplating the purchase of an existing business, you should understand sooner than later that the transaction will take on one of two possible forms the acquisition will... more
Written by attorney Pieter O'Leary, 11 months ago.
There are two basic methods of calculating residential square footage. The first is generally described as the paint to paint method which provides the number of square feet of liveable... more
Written by attorney Pajman Jassim, over 1 year ago.
Federal Officials Issue New Rules for Mortgage Servicers Aimed at Protecting Homeowners from Foreclosure:
Restrictions on foreclosure proceedingswhile borrower seeks a mortgage modification:... more
Written by attorney Brendan Ross, over 1 year ago.
This summary provides a number of brief tips for anyone considering buying a short sale property. This is intended to be a quick read to get you thinking. For more detailed information,... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 11 months ago.
Good advice for all consumers but especially so for someone contemplating the purchase of real estate - in particular a house - new or preowned.You want to protect your investment.Your... more
Written by attorney Christopher Benson, about 1 year ago.
A new Court of Appeals case in Washington has continued the trend of “Buyer Beware” when it comes to the purchase of residential real estate in Washington.
Douglas v. Visser, 295 P.3d... more
Written by attorney Barbara Stage, 3 months ago.
Growing trend of liening and foreclosing on new owners. Introduction NOTICE: New out-of-state home buyers -- welcome to Florida and please turn over your new home to the HOA. This has... more
Written by attorney Isaac Benmergui, 10 months ago.
If youve been shopping for months for a home in South Florida, there is hope on the horizon; available home inventory is on the rise.
For weary new home shoppers this is welcome news. Tired... more
Written by attorney Matthew F. Davis, over 1 year ago.
Over the past decade, Washington courts have made it increasingly difficult for real estate purchasers to hold sellers liable for misrepresented onr concealed defects. The vast majority of... more
Written by attorney John B. Stutt, about 1 year ago.
Sometimes buyers get so wrapped up in the fever of acquisition of a new home that they sign a contract and can't afford the purchase without cash from the sale of an existing house.... more