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Real estate transactions are notoriously complicated, so it’s no surprise that confusion and misinformation abound. In this third of our series on debunking common real estate myths, we take a closer look at the differences between a title company and a closing attorney, as they are not one in the same. To learn more about...
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With so many moving parts in any real estate transaction, it’s easy to see how myths and misconceptions about homeownership and the purchase process can begin to circulate among friends, family, and the internet. As real estate attorneys at Silverberg | Brito, PLLC, we’ve heard our share of them and wanted to dedicate a series...
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Among one of the hundreds of decisions you’ll have to make when buying a house is whether or not to buy title insurance. While every homeowner’s situation is different, we generally encourage our clients to consider making the relatively minimal investment in order to protect such a large financial purchase for the long haul (for...
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In most real estate transactions, there are generally three key players at the table: the buyer, the seller, and the lender. Each player has a stake in the transaction, and each should be doing what they can to protect their interests and assets throughout the process. The best way to do this? Ensure that you...
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Like all types of insurance, title insurance is designed to offer you financial protection in the event that unforeseen problems arise with your property’s ownership history, which could result from errors in the titling records of your home or other past ownership issues. There are two types of title insurance policies – one that covers...
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