Purchasing a Foreclosed Property

December 3, 2012

(US laws regarding foreclosed property) Over the past years, the real estate industry has seen its worse conditions. Several homeowners need to give up their homes to mortgage lenders. Foreclosure auctions have been very common and more people see it as a good opportunity for investments. After a period of peaks in real estate, at […]

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The lis pendens process

November 13, 2012

(Property law in the US) The lis pendens process is initiated when the ownership of a property is contested. When a plaintiff (usually a bank or other money lender) files a claim, it ensures that if the property is sold, or if anything similar occurs involving a third party, their claim will be unaffected should […]

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Foreclosing On Your Property? Why You Could Be Facing Criminal Charges

July 3, 2012

(US Law) No one wants to lose their home. If you are facing foreclosure on your property, you understand all of the emotions that are involved. You are scared, angry, confused, and not sure what life will bring you in the future. When people are experiencing all of these different emotions at once, it is […]

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