Three Things You May Not Know You Can Get Online

Three Things You May Not Know You Can Get Online

With major advances in technology, we’ve seen leaps and bounds of growth in the capacity of real estate tools – which is good news for anyone working in the industry! Gone are the days of lengthy, paper-heavy trails (at least for some services). There are three tools in particular that…

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Never Let a Missing Property Survey Stall Your Closing

Never Let a Missing Property Survey Stall Your Closing

Has a lack of property survey ever delayed your deal from closing? If so, you’re not alone. A property survey can be immensely important — even more important than the deed, say some. While not all lenders require property surveys, if you are dealing with one who does you know…

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Does Your Client Need a Property Survey? It May Be Available Online

Does Your Client Need a Property Survey? It May Be Available Online

Real estate technology is creating a lot of advancements, including when it comes to property surveys. Did you know that you can often access land survey records online? A survey can provide potential issues, such as fencing that extends past the property line, or an overhanging garage roof. In the…

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The Survey Says… Property Survey That Is

The Survey Says… Property Survey That Is

In an era when many lenders do not require a property survey when a mortgage is being organized for a buyer, and title insurance will suffice, surveys are still very relevant and the buyer benefits from having one. Why would having a full survey be advantageous to the buyer even…

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No Property Survey? No Problem

Surveys are a critical part of the property purchasing process. While the immergence of title insurance has left some relying less on surveys – any person who buys a home really should get a copy of the survey. Why? Surveys reveal a lot. Surveys are similar to a map that…

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Why is Having Access to a Property Survey So Important?

In most real-estate transactions, and even when there is title insurance, the lawyer who represents the buyer will often request a property survey. If you are a REALTOR® then you know that a property survey is often included as a clause in an offer of purchase and sale. Some lawyers…

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