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Finder’s Fees for Recovering Overbid Monies From a Foreclosure Sale - House Bill 16-1090
House Bill 16-1090, effective August 10, 2016, made some changes to the law regarding overbids from a foreclosure sale. it made changes related to finder’s fees for recovering overbid monies. These changes were codified in C.R.S. §§ 38-38-111, 38-13-128.5, and 6-1-105.
What is a mechanics lien?
Explains Colorado mechanics liens.
Landlord Won't Give Back Security Deposit
Withholding a Security Deposit is Risky and (Possibly) Costly
Tenants in Foreclosure
New owner after foreclosure must give Tenants 30-days' notice to vacate the property
When Should I Set Up a Trust?
The time to consider your estate plan is when you have children to care for, 50 years or older, relocated and planning a trip.
Large-Scale Disasters Attacking The American Dream: How to Protect and Empower Homeowners and Lenders
In consideration of Hurricane Katrina, this Articles addresses the issues of blight, loan repayment, and the stability of a recovering housing market.
Real estate fraud trial
Brian Stutheit won a trial where the home buyers claimed the home seller failed to disclose roof defects.
What to Expect with Your Home Closing
A brief overview of what to expect when buying a home as a new home purchaser.
Real Estate Seller Financing: Mortgage verus Land Contract
In real estate transactions involving seller financing, the parties can choose between a purchase money mortgage or a land contract. Which one is the best for you?
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