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The Marriage of Divorce and Real Estate

If you are an experienced broker or sales associate, you have probably confronted a divorce-related real estate issue. Maybe you represented a marriage partner attempting to buy a replacement home before a final divorce decree was signed. Read more.

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The Texas Foreclosure Process

County, the location is behind the Guadalupe Street Courthouse under the carriage porch, also called the porte-cochère. In Georgetown, sales take place on the north side of the new Courthouse on Martin Luther King. Read more.

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Rights of Redemption in Texas and Updates on Recently Discussed Issues

An owner of Texas property has no right to redeem the property after foreclosure on a deed of trust lien. This causes many people to believe there are no rights of redemption in Texas. However, there is a right of redemption after foreclosure by a condominium association or by a …

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Odds and Ends to Begin the New Year

Mineral Exceptions in Owner’s Title Policies: The Texas Department of Insurance issued a bulletin stating that effective January 1, 2011, there will be a two percent premium rebate on owner’s policies of title insurance that contain a blanket mineral exception in either Schedule A or Schedule B. Read more.

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New and Revised TREC Contract Forms

The Texas Real Estate Commission recently promulgated a number of new and revised contract forms. These new and revised forms have been approved for voluntary use since November 15, 2010 and their use will be mandatory as of March 1, 2011. Read more.

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