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What is the difference between a foreclosure and a short sale?

Taking on a mortgage is a big commitment in the life of a Tennessee resident. Unlike paying rent, a person who secures a mortgage for the purchase of a home is often committed into a long-term, sometimes multiple decades-long contract to pay off their loan. When circumstances arise and the person cannot make their mortgage payments they may face challenges from their mortgage holder and threats of foreclosure on their loan.

Residential lease basics and what should be included

When negotiating a residential lease, it is important to know what to consider and what to include. Because a lease agreement outlines the relationship between a landlord and the tenant, it is helpful to be familiar with the residential leasing process and what should be included in a lease.

Understanding types of easements in Tennessee

In real estate, an easement gives an individual or company the right to use some of your land for designated purposes. It’s important outline an easement in the property deed. However, disagreements about easements are not uncommon. This can result in inconvenient disputes and lengthy lawsuits.

A real estate contract could protect your financial interests

Congratulations! You are ready to take a big step into the world of adulthood and independence by purchasing your own home. This step can feel exhilarating as you imagine all the ways that you will make your house a reflection of you and your comforts. You may scour websites, speak with real estate agents or drive around your local neighborhoods looking for that perfect home waiting to be yours.

Why you need legal representation for a real estate transaction

The process of buying or selling a house in Tennessee is an exciting time, but it can also be one fraught with complications and unexpected pitfalls. Most people see the benefit of securing the assistance of an agent when walking through this process, but it can also be beneficial to have an attorney represent your interests as well, particularly in the closing.

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