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Recent Posts in Buyers/Sellers Category

  • Commercial Tenancy and Business Disputes with Landlords

    As a business owner, choosing the right commercial property and negotiating the terms of a lease can directly influence your bottom line. From the items which are included in your rent, to the freedom you are given to customize your space, it is vital to understand the exact terms set out in a lease agreement. Once a contract has been signed, disputes which arise can be difficult to resolve. In ...
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  • A Brief Explanation of Due Diligence in Real Estate

    The home looks picturesque – a quaint single-story piece in a nice neighborhood with a beautiful garden out front. The inside looks sharp and modern-contemporary and everything seems to be clean. Must be a dream that it is still on the market, right? You sit down with the realtor, sign all the paperwork, and before you know it, the property is yours. But everything turns upside-down the moment you ...
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  • Helvetica Servicing v. Pasquan - Recent Case Law Affecting Arizona's Anti-Deficiency Statutes - One Step Forward, One Step Back

    Helvetica Servicing v. Pasquan - Recent Case Law Affecting Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statutes - One Step Forward, One Step Back In its recent decision in Helvetica Servicing v. Pasquan, the Arizona Court of Appeals sought to address two questions that have lingered since the Court's decision in Bank One v. Beauvais . First, the Court looked at whether construction loans used to build a residence ...
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  • 5 Next Steps When The Appraisal Comes In Too Low

    5 Next Steps When The Appraisal Comes In Too Low We recently came upon a very informative article about what steps a buyer can take when an appraisal comes in too low. In short, those steps are: 1. Appeal errors or bad comps to the appraiser. 2. Ask for a second opinion. 3. Rengotiate the terms of the purchase contract. 4. Pay the difference or split the difference. 5. Change lenders. For a more ...
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  • NAR Takes A Stand Against High Down Payment Requirements For Residential Purchasers

    High down payment requirements being proposed by federal regulatory agencies as part of the upcoming rulemaking under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will unnecessarily burden homebuyers and significantly impede the economic and housing recovery, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Six agencies, including the Department of Housing and Urban ...
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