Proactively Managing Real Estate Risk from the Start

Proactively Managing Real Estate Risk from the Start

It’s always important to mitigate real estate risk, but even more so during uncertain economic times — like COVID-19. In today’s economy, it’s more important to undertake due diligence efforts before a deal gets underway. This can help ensure that only qualified closings go through to your partners. This includes:…

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Due Diligence Spotlight – Parcel Registers in 1-2-3

Due Diligence Spotlight – Parcel Registers in 1-2-3

When you work in the real estate industry, you know that due diligence is critical — for all types of professionals. For real estate agents and brokerages, a lack of due diligence can lead to a deal falling through and a disappointed client. For developers and investors, it can mean…

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Using Property Data for Debt Recovery and Enforcement

Using Property Data for Debt Recovery and Enforcement

Property data has many uses – including for debt collection and enforcement. Whether you are looking to locate or collect, estimate equity, or just capture a client’s property data our GeoWarehouse platform can help you achieve your goal. Can’t find a debtor? You can use property data to locate them….

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Obtaining and Reviewing a Property Title Search in 1-2-3

Obtaining and Reviewing a Property Title Search in 1-2-3

A property title search is often a necessary step for real estate professionals during the due diligence process. It allows lawyers to confirm the legal homeowner; flag any outstanding encumbrances, such as mortgages or liens; spot potential fraud, and more. However, the quickest way to obtain a property title search…

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A Divorcing Client May Require More Due Diligence

A divorce can send folks scrambling. In a perfect world, when people split they would be able to talk through what to do with their assets, but in a nasty divorce especially, where emotions are high and everyone is trying to come out a winner, this is not always possible….

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Who is the Legal Property Owner? Why Assuming Creates Problems

Who is the Legal Property Owner? Why Assuming Creates Problems

In real estate, you count on your clients to be forthcoming with information, but this doesn’t always end up being the reality of things. It seems that there are three different groups of people where non-disclosure is concerned: Those who innocently omit information because they forgot or didn’t think it…

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