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A bring-down search describes the continuation of due diligence in the area of additional title search before the recording of the deed or mortgage. This search addresses the time gap between the original title search and the...
- Posted October 15, 2019
A turnkey project describes a development whereby the developer takes on all the tasks associated with building and the buyer would have a ready-made home ready for occupation. The tasks which are taken up by developers or...
- Posted October 12, 2019
Closing Protection Letter
A closing protection letter is a form of additional title insurance that provides coverage in areas that are not covered by a basic policy. This can provide protection against losses due to errors or infidelity of the...
- Posted October 11, 2019
Paired Sales Analysis
A paired sales analysis is a valuation technique to estimate the value of particular features of a property when compared to another property with almost identical features. Such procedures in direct sales helps an appraiser determine the...
- Posted October 10, 2019
An assessment roll is a collect of public records indicating all taxable land and property in a particular and the assessed value of each of them. One of the uses of such information is for a land...
- Posted October 9, 2019
A conservator is a guardian, preserver, receiver or protector appointed by a court to manage and administer a person’s assets as the legal owner is incapable of doing it himself. Saying that, one does not need to...
- Posted October 8, 2019
A tax roll refers to public records containing a list of all properties that are taxable in the county. This tax roll would contain various details about the properties including: Name(s) of owners Assessed value Tax amount...
- Posted October 7, 2019
Single Pay Loan
A single pay loan is a short term loan that requires the full payment of principal and interest at maturity. This is very different from a regular mortgage which has a long term tenure and require monthly...
- Posted October 6, 2019
Interval ownership is a type of shared property ownership whereby various owners (investors) take turns to acquire title to enjoy exclusive use of it periodically. This is also what is commonly known as time-share. Interval ownership has...
- Posted October 5, 2019
11 Types Of Property Ownership
For most people, when they think about buying real estate, they think about how to acquire control over it and reap the rewards (if any) that come with it. Little do most people think about what type...
- Posted October 4, 2019