The Six Ways Realtors Can Resolve Distressed Property Situations

Carol is a realtor friend of mine with whom I recently told me about lost real estate sales. She was trying to carve out a niche in distressed properties, but encountered recurring roadblocks that were costing lots of time. The problems often start the same – she will locate a prospective seller of a property […]
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How to Take Charge of Your Easement Dispute

Easements are often known as a right-of-way. Easements are the right to use part of another person’s land for a specific purpose. A simple example is the right to travel on a private road to gain access to otherwise inaccessible land. The easement holder does not have a right to possess the land – it […]
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Major Changes to Abandoned Property Law in Pennsylvania

In many areas of Pennsylvania, people live in homes where title to the property is not clear. Unclear title is especially prevalent in cities with older homes. Two examples are tenant-landlord relationships where the landlord disappeared or died and inheritance properties where the legal process was never completed. Residents of a so-called “tangled title” property […]
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