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“Everything Else” is Important in a Real Estate Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When it comes to buying a house, you may be so focused on one area that you forget all the other details. You may be so excited to get a house with a pool that you overlook areas of concern. For example, do you know who will pay for the repairs? Do you know… Read More »

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I’m Selling My Home. Can I Back Out of My Contract?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Selling a home is not a decision to be taken lightly. You may have lived in your home for many years or even decades. Your children might have grown up in the home. You may think you’re ready to leave the familiarity of your home for something newer and more exciting in a different… Read More »

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Does Your Home Have These Issues? Avoid Signing a Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

The housing market was hot after COVID hit, with homebuyers making offers tens of thousands of dollars above the asking price just to secure the home of their dreams. Things have cooled down since then, but those who need to buy a home right away may be taking what they can afford. This can… Read More »

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Common Causes of Real Estate Litigation

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Buying a house or investing in real estate can be a lucrative and rewarding opportunity. However, there are a lot of risks involved. Real estate can cost six or seven figures (or more), so there’s a lot of money at stake. With so much money involved, this can lead to unethical activities. This can… Read More »

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What To Avoid In A Real Estate Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Buying a house can be an exciting venture. However, a house is likely the most expensive thing you will ever own, so you need to be vigilant about what you’re paying for and what your contract says. If not, you could lose a lot of money in the process. Real estate agents will often… Read More »

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Canceling A Real Estate Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

For the past few years, the real estate market has been out of control. Buyers have been snapping up houses for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars over the asking prices. However, the market has been cooling down in recent months. Interest rates are going up and with huge layoffs happening almost… Read More »

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Types Of Real Estate Contracts

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Selling something you own can be difficult. Selling real estate can be even more complicated. Homes, land, and other types of real estate require contracts, and these legal documents are not always easy to understand. There are terms and legalese that can leave you scratching your head. However, these contracts affect both parties, so… Read More »

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More And More Potential Home Buyers Backing Out Of Contracts

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

The real estate market has been red hot for the past two years. Property prices have been going through the roof. Buyers are paying tens or even hundreds of thousands over asking price — in cash. But those days may be over. The stock market has been volatile, inflation has gone through the roof,… Read More »

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What Is Wrongful Foreclosure?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When we think of foreclosure, we often think of irresponsible homeowners who didn’t pay their mortgages on time. However, this is not always the case. In some cases, the bank or mortgage lender will start an illegal foreclosure action against the homeowner for no real reason. The homeowner may think that they have made… Read More »

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How to Deal With Angry Tenants

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Being a landlord is not an easy job. Sure, you receive a monthly income on your rental (if your tenants pay on time), but disagreements are common in the real estate industry. Tenants may be messy or unreasonable. They may expect their landlord to fix an issue right away. Some delay rent payments or… Read More »

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