Neighborhood birds eye view

About half of all new residential communities and condominium developments have Homeowners Associations (HOAs) set up by the developers. Generally, this is to ensure that a governing board of residents will work to maintain the integrity of the commons areas and make sure owners follow the rules set forth to protect property valuation.

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White house under maple trees

According to The Washington Post, more than one-third of all real estate transactions require "extraordinary work" to resolve a title issue. A title dispute typically arises when there is a disagreement over the specific owner of a piece of property or the area of land covered by the specified property.

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House with a for-sale sign in the yard

The majority of existing homes are often renovated or upgraded before they are sold. Unfortunately, finding an undisclosed defect after buying a home can be extremely frustrating and potentially costly. If you discover an undisclosed defect after the closing of escrow, you should consult with an attorney to protect your legal rights.

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