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Foreclosures, Short Sales, Flopping

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Foreclosures with Tenants — How to Comply with the Law and Minimize Your Risk of a Lawsuit

The National Multifamily Housing Council estimates that around 43 million households or 109 million people are renters in the United States. So it’s likely that  at some stage…

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Managing Short Sales

Short sales don’t happen every day, but they’re relatively common in real estate. Some sellers who struggle to pay their mortgages will take a lower price for their…

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Minimizing Realtor® Liability When Listing Foreclosure Properties

Real estate brokers and agents are often hired by banks to market and sell properties after a foreclosure. When dealing with foreclosure properties, you may be confronted with…

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Are you afraid of Flopping? If not, you should be.

By James R. Myers, The Chartwell Law Offices, LLP, Ft Myers, FL Beware of Flopping As if our national real estate crisis has not been bad enough, a…

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