It is not unusual for a party to a real estate transaction to be unavailable to personally execute the voluminous number of documents required at closing. In some cases, the signatory is out of the State or Country, in others the signatory may be hospitalized or otherwise not competent to personally execute a conveyance or
What are the laws that govern used residential property purchases and sales in Virginia? What happens if the seller does not disclose a serious structural defect with the property before selling it to an unsuspecting buyer? What is the extent of the investigation or due diligence that a buyer must conduct before consummating a sale?
The COVID-19 virus has devastated small businesses, which are the engine of the U.S. economy. A recent survey by Goldman Sachs titled US Small Business Owners Face Great Uncertainty; Over Half Say They Cannot Operate Beyond Three Months revealed that 51% of small-business owners said they could not sustain more than three months of the current economic downturn.
When you’re buying a home, you want to make sure that the process goes smoothly. You haven’t purchased a home before, though, so you’re not sure what has to happen to protect your interests. The last thing any buyer wants to find out is that they’ve become victims of concealed problems within the home or