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Halloween Hazards: Are Homeowners Liable for Injury to a Trick-or-Treater?

October 31st, 2019 | Business Law

Federal Reserve approves first rate cut in 11 years – #RealEstateClosingAttorney #MortgageLoans

August 1st, 2019 | Business Law

Automated Compliance Company Going Digital

May 9th, 2019 | Business Law

Competition lawsuits roiling the industry

April 29th, 2019 | Business Law

Real estate has been hit with multiple legal challenges to the status quo, particularly in how agents get paid. The first suit, filed in federal district court in Chicago, takes aim at a rule it says was instituted by the National Association of Realtors that requires all brokers to offer broker compensation to the buyer […]

What Every #RealEstateInvestor Should do Before Buying an #ApartmentBuilding #RealEstateAttorney #RealEstateDevelopment #Boston #Massachusetts

April 21st, 2019 | Business Law

6 Actions Every Investor Should do Before Buying an Apartment Building PALO ALTO, CA — Investment in multifamily properties continues to be one of the most attractive play’s in today’s real estate market. Whether you are a first-time investor or an existing apartment owner, here are the top six things to remember before your next […]

Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs #MortgageMarket #RealEstate #Mortgage #MortgageBroker

April 19th, 2019 | Business Law

Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs Take a look at the new article “Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs” from Dick Lepre of RPM Mortgage, where he explores the impact of a local employment situation on a region’s mortgage market. #mortgages #mortgagebroker Loan originators and real estate salespeople often […]

Big #Banks May Be Getting out of the #RealEstate #Mortgage Loan Business

April 18th, 2019 | Business Law

Mortgages? Big Banks May Be Throwing In the Towel You can kiss George Bailey’s mortgage market goodbye. As the small-town banker in Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Bailey epitomized an old-fashioned world in which bankers know every borrower personally. In the mortgage market of 2019, borrowers can do just about everything online, never meeting […]

MBS Day Ahead: Bonds Filling The Post-Fed Breakout Gap #RealEstateAttorney

April 5th, 2019 | Business Law

Posted To: MBS CommentaryWith 10yr yields beginning the day well over 2.50% and with 2.55% being the line in the sand marking the breakout from the sideways range at the beginning of 2019, it’s fair to say that bonds have more or less “filled the gap.” This is a common conclusion/prediction among market technicians when […]

Is Your Seller Disclosure Complete or Hiding Something? How to Tell

March 1st, 2019 | Business Law

Soon after making an offer on a home, buyers will receive a document called a seller disclosure. Read it carefully! This is not a piece of paperwork you want to slide by with a mere cursory glance. A seller disclosure form is basically a list of everything the seller knows about the condition of his […]

#Lawyer Debunks #Birdman #Foreclosure Says Rapper Conned by Illegal #Loan #RealEstateLaw #Attorney #Massachusetts

December 20th, 2018 | Business Law

Lawyer Debunks Birdman’s Foreclosure, Says Rapper Conned by Illegal Loan The attorney for rapper Birdman (aka Bryan Williams) wants to set the record straight. Recently, we aggregated reports from other sources on the fate of Birdman’s mansion in addition to our own reporting that the mansion in question was back on the market for $15.5 […]

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