Where Are Americans Moving? – David Reecher For the 4th year in a row the Northeast saw a concentration of High Outbound activity. Oregon held on to the top stop of High Inbound states for the 3...Read More
What You Don’t Need To Hear From Your Listing Agent – David Reecher You’ve decided to sell your house. You begin to interview potential real estate agents to help you through the process. Yo...Read More
Warranty Deed – David Reecher A document that may be used to legally transfer property. A warranty deed states that the owner can legally transfer the property and that no other entity has a cla...Read More
Timeshares – David Reecher A timeshare is an ownership model in which many customers own allotments of usage in the same property. The timeshare model can be applied to many different types of p...Read More
Tenancy in Common Vs. Joint Tenancy – David Reecher Tenancy in common allows two or more people ownership interests in a property. Each owner has the right to leave his share of the property to ...Read More
Squatter – David Reecher A person who settles in or occupies property with no legal claim to the property. A squatter is one who resides on a property to which he or she has no title, right or l...Read More
Sublease – David Reecher A sublease is a real property rental agreement between an original tenant and a new tenant. The most common type of lease arrangement is between the landlord who owns th...Read More
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