Monthly Archives: September 2022
A contingency clause in a real estate contract sets a condition that must be met before the purchase contract becomes binding. Contingency clauses are widely used ways to protect both buyers and sellers in a real estate transaction. Importantly, these conditions allow parties to back out of their contracts under agreed-on circumstances that are… Read More »
If a person owns or has recently purchased real estate, they might also wonder how best to protect that property when the nursing home costs arise in the future. This is due to the common misconception that property owners must necessarily sell off their homes when they need to enter an assisted living facility… Read More »
Fixtures Vs. Personal Property In Real Estate Sales – What Is The Difference And How Can They Affect Your Closing?
Say that you’ve found the home of your dreams – complete with state-of-the-art appliances, an antique stained glass window in the doorway, and mahogany bookshelves on the walls of the study. You assume without double-checking that these items are part of the real estate sale as well. However, you get to closing day only… Read More »