What is the Fair Housing and Whom Does it Protect?
I recently discussed my Cutting Corners blog post with Julie Schott in the Meridian, Idaho office of NexTitle http://www.nextitle.com. She added insight from the perspective of the title companies, namely, that in this sizzling market they are seeing deals fall through for two reasons:
Let’s say you have decided to buy a new home. You have found one for sale that meets your basic needs and is in your price range. You made a … Continue reading Drafting Concise, Binding Contract Changes
I recently asked several litigation attorneys if they had identified any trends in the business world regarding the kinds of conduct that was getting people sued. I got a wide range of answers, but the common theme was: a failure to get an agreement in writing.
The January 23, 2018 blog post Who Owns the Copyright to Real Estate Photographs? has prompted another Real Estate Professional to ask about what seems to be a more common … Continue reading Who Owns the Photo Copyright When One Professional Hires Another?
The January 4, 2018 blog post Real Estate Professionals Need to Minimize the Risk of Getting Sued for Copyright Infringement has prompted a Real Estate Professional to ask about the … Continue reading Who Owns the Copyright to Real Estate Photographs?
Legal Risks for Home Sellers who Have Home Surveillance Systems What is a Home Surveillance System? More and more homeowners have installed surveillance systems in their homes, sometimes without realizing … Continue reading Legal Risks for Home Sellers who Have Home Surveillance Systems
This is the second in an ongoing series of posts on Real Estate business and law. Please see [link to first post on Home Buyers should consult with an experienced … Continue reading When Home Sellers Do and Don’t Need a Lawyer