Resolving Your Condominium Association Disputes

Over 65 million people live in a home that is overseen by a community association. These exist for a multitude of reasons. The associations usually ensure that each home holds a standard so that its appearance or condition doesn’t negatively affect someone else’s home value. Neighbors have a common interest in terms that they want […]

The Ins & Outs Of Easements

An easement is another person’s right to use someone else’s property. When people learn of an easement, they quickly conclude that they will simply avoid buying real property with an easement on it.  The fact is that if you hadn’t checked before buying your home, you might have an easement on it without knowing. Your […]

The End Of The Indiana Moratorium

There is a possibility that evictions in Indiana will increase dramatically in the next few months—and this was entirely unanticipated. Both landlords and tenants face a future they hadn’t planned for because of the federal moratorium on evictions. At the onset, the pandemic had a catastrophic impact on people’s health and their livelihoods. People’s inability […]

Why Illinois Homebuyers Need A Lawyer

Do you need an attorney when you buy a home in Illinois? No, you don’t. Illinois law doesn’t require to be represented by legal counsel at the closing table.  But there are also no helmet laws in Illinois. Although you do not need to wear a helmet, are you assuming more risk by choosing not […]

Why Indiana Homebuyers Should Have An Attorney

Do you absolutely need to hire an attorney when buying or selling your home in Indiana? No. An adult who lives in New Hampshire isn’t legally required to wear a seatbelt, though many people choose to do so anyway. They decide to do so because they don’t want to take on the risk of not […]

Honesty: It’s The Shortcut To A Great Real Estate Transaction

Buying a home is a unique experience for most people. It is one of the most significant financial decisions of your life—and it can be challenging for people to leave emotions out of it. Why? Because people envision their lives and future inside of the home they wish to purchase.  Don’t let your vision of […]

What The RLTO Means For Landlords

RLTO stands for Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance. It was passed in January of 2021 but didn’t go into effect until June of the same year. The ordinance governs and promotes a healthy relationship between landlords and their tenants. For example, after the RLTO passed, there were lockout provisions that went into effect immediately. Landlords could […]

How To Live Well On The Eve Of The Deal

There is an extensive amount of content aimed at thriving within the real estate industry. A significant portion of it focuses on the external factors: buying, selling, finding the right agent, and the mortgage process.  But since we are entering the busiest time of the real estate market, let’s take a different approach: how can […]

2 Reasons To Back Out Of A Sale

When you finally find the home that you sense is right for you, you start planning for the future. You imagine yourself in it celebrating holidays, bringing your relatives together in it, and even expanding your own family while living there. Because there is so much emotion tied up into the house, it can be […]

4 Reason Why You Need Title Insurance Before Your Closing

Before we go into why you need title insurance, we will first establish what it is. If you are new to buying property don’t feel bad if you have never heard of it. Simply put, if you are buying a home, title insurance is a means to guard you financially if there are problems (or […]