You too can own your own home

Homeownership has moved from dream to reality for a growing number of Americans. Benefits to owning your own home are: a financial asset, a place to live and raise children, a plan for your future, and an investment in your community. Knowledge open doors. This is very true when it comes to your home. Let an O.W.D real estate law attorney assist you with the most important purchase at this time. Read more

I am building/remodeling my home. Do I still need a lawyer?

YES. An experienced real estate attorney can protect your rights and the rights of your property. An O.W.D real estate lawyer is trained in your home buying efforts. Don’t try to go it alone. We may know some things you never even thought of.
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When escrow is slow?

If you decide to allow a buyer into your home before escrow closes you should be very careful. Once the buyer has possession, if he decides to back out of the deal, you might have to go through an eviction process, which can be costly and time consuming. Read more

Real Estate – Answers to Common Questions

What is a quitclaim deed?

A quitclaim deed transfers or releases to the transferee whatever present right or interest the grantor has in the described property. Unlike a grant deed, a quitclaim deed carries with it no express or implied covenants. Thus, if the grantor holds no interest in the property, a quitclaim deed conveys nothing. Read more

What restrictions on owning real property are imposed by law?

There may be a large number of federal, State, county and local laws which restrict what you can do with the real property that you own. The three most common restrictions imposed by government are: Read more