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Options to Avoid Foreclosure in Washington State
The Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act gives homeowners in the state some options to work out an arrangement with the bank and to fight foreclosure proceedings.
Required Disclosures When Selling Your Home
People who are selling their residential real estate have the legal duty to disclose certain information to potential buyers so that buyers may make an educated decision regarding the purchase.
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New York Zombie Foreclosures On the Rise
According to RealtyTrac, there were 16,700 zombie foreclosures in New York in 2014. That number has since risen by 54 percent. These homes are often the houses that bring a neighborhood's value down; the houses with unkempt lawns and boarded-up windows that are easy to ignore and forget.
Divorce Mediation Can Help Couples Discover Creative Ways To Deal With Their Home
Florida couples who are getting a divorce face two options when it comes to their family home.
Bureau of Real Estate Consumer Recovery Account
The Bureau of Real Estate has a Consumer Recovery Account in which victims of fraud committed by realtors or brokers can recover part of their damages.
Commercial Property Owners: Ensure Your “Insured” Status
A recent personal injury case demonstrates that commercial property owners simply cannot be too cautious when it comes to ensuring their status as an additional insured on certificates issued to their tenants and contractors.
Whose Money Is It? The Interplay of the SIR & the Made-Whole Doctrine
Discussion of Florida's Made-Whole Doctrine and its impact on Self-Insured Retention requirements in liability insurance policies
Is Toxic Flooring the New Chinese Drywall?
Discussion of similarities and differences between legal claims and insurance issues surrounding toxic flooring and Chinese drywall
Florida May Create New License for Structural Engineers
Overview of pending legislation to create new license category for structural engineers in Florida
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