Your Home & The Law — 10 Things Your Real Estate Agent Won’t Mention
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Thinking about buying or selling a house? Although a real estate agent can be helpful, there are certain things that most real estate agents will never tell you. Here’s what you need to know before you hire a real estate agent.
Insuring Your Home Against Severe Weather
Hurricane and tornado season is upon us. But does your homeowner’s insurance policy cover you in the event of natural disasters? Probably not, but there are steps you can take to protect yourself.
Privacy in Your Rental Home
When you’re renting a home, you might not be thinking about privacy and landlord access to your rental. Maybe the issue doesn’t come up until you’re seeing too much of your landlord or maintenance workers. Know your rights and lease terms to look for before you sign that contract.
Talk to a Real Estate Lawyer—For Free!
Join Lawyers.com and attorney Roger Dunaway on Monday, June 25, at 2 pm ET for a free online Q&A discussing real estate law and landlord-tenant issues. Whether you’re picking your way through the complicated process of buying or selling property, or concerned about whether the lease you’re about to sign really protects your interests, Mr. Dunaway will be available to answer your questions.
When Your HOA Is Bankrupt or in Foreclosure
When it comes to real estate, individual owners aren’t the only ones facing foreclosure or bankruptcy. Real estate developers and homeowners’ associations (HOAs) can fall into bankruptcy or foreclosure. Know the problems you may face, and the solutions, when your HOA or developer faces bankruptcy or foreclosure.