Monthly Archives: January 2023
What Is Escrow And How Is It Used After A Real Estate Closing Is Over?
At your real estate closing, or before it, you may hear your attorney talk about the possibility of holding money in escrow, after the closing is over. But what does that mean, and why would any money need to be held in escrow? Money Held for Contingencies In simplest terms, money is held in… Read More »
Things To Know About Seller Financed Loans
Many people see getting financing from a traditional bank or lender, to be difficult, arduous, time consuming, and too dependent on credit. And many sellers may not like it either—sellers know that their closing is conditioned on the buyer getting the financing from the lender, as a contingency to the closing. Seller Financed Loans… Read More »
Probating Estates With No Body, And No Death
When we think of probating an estate, one thing or one issue we just assume is established, is that the person whose estate is being probated, is actually gone. Whether someone died or not, is supposed to be the easy part of probating an estate. But it’s not always that easy. The very sad… Read More »