I’ve noticed that homebuyers often put off ordering their homeowner’s insurance policy until the week before closing. It is wise to investigate the insurability of both the home and the buyer as early as possible. That’s... Read More »
Let’s say you are in escrow to buy or sell a property and the scheduled closing date is two weeks away. Then you find out you have to take an unexpected and extended trip out of town for business or family reasons. What to do?
You... Read More »
If you haven’t heard the term, “Alt-A” before it’s because it’s a behind-the-scenes term that lenders use. Maybe you’ve heard of the terms “low-doc,” no-doc” or “sub-prime.” These are the loans most responsible... Read More »
“Law is art…” stated my business law professor on the first day of class some 25+ years ago. He went on to explain how everyone thinks law is black and white but in reality each case is different. A recent court case is... Read More »
I heard a radio ad recently by a company claiming you can get your credit score for free on their website. I found the ad highly misleading because they aren’t telling you the whole story. This is like when someone asks you... Read More »