1. The Importance of Lien Searches Before Buying A Business

    When someone is purchasing a business, it is essential for them that they make sure the business’s assets are not overburdened by liens. Even if a business acquisition is structured as an asset sale, the seller’s liens become the buyer’s problem once the purchase is complete. Because of this, we are going to cover why commercial buyers should do lien searches before buying a business. What i…Read More

  2. The Difference Between Owner’s and Lender’s Title Insurance

    You’ve finally found the perfect home and now decided that you want to purchase it. In order to buy a house, you will need a mortgage. When getting a mortgage, your lender may be insisting that you take out title insurance. Title insurance itself can be complicated, especially when trying to choose between the two different types of policies. One title insurance protects the lender, while the ot…Read More

  3. What You Need To Know About Condominium Bylaws

    Owning a condominium is more than just a real estate investment. When you choose to own a condo unit, you are also choosing to devote yourself to the condominium community that it is a part of. Perhaps the biggest challenge when obtaining condominium ownership is being able to maintain the balance between living in peace in a shared community and enforcing the regulations that are found in the con…Read More

  4. Questions To Ask When Choosing a Title Insurance Company

    When purchasing a home, choosing the right title company will play a huge role in whether your home-buying process goes smoothly or not – especially in the final steps of the overall process. There are plenty of title insurance companies to choose from, so how do you know which company is the best choice? You’ll want to look for a company that will provide you with the most accurate informatio…Read More

  5. What to Know about Easements Before You Buy

    Easements are very common for many types of properties. In and of themselves, they are not something to fear when buying a new property. It is, however, important to understand what easements your property is subject to, what the terms are, and how it may impact your ability to resell. In the property you are considering purchasing, you may find details about it in a conveyance, will, or some kind…Read More

  6. Why do I need a land survey?

    A land survey may seem like an unnecessary headache, but it is important to understand that a survey protects you, the buyer or the builder, from future problems, including potential legal disputes and civil actions. Boundary Surveys The simple fact is that private land ownership requires well defined property boundaries. They are necessary to ensure that no legal issues or disputes over ownership…Read More