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2009 

originally posted by Richard D. Vetstein, Esq. on August 27, 2009 on www.massrealestatelawblog.com In late March of this year in the case of U.S. Bank v. Ibanez, Massachusetts Land Court Judge Keith C. Long issued one of the most controversial rulings in recent years which has called into questi...
08/27/2009
Reprinted from the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. The Boston Globe is reporting that foreclosures in Massachusetts took a steep dive in May, the second consecutive month they have fallen, according to data released yesterday by Boston real estate tracking firm Warren Group.       According ...
08/24/2009
Reprinted from The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. I’m pleased to have Donald J. Griffin, MAI, SRA, an experienced appraiser with Don Griffin Appraisals, Inc., who is here to guest blog about a topic very much on the mind of Massachusetts homeowners, buyers and sellers:  Massachusetts propert...
08/24/2009
Although home buyers sign a never ending pile of legal documents to purchase a home, arguably the most important document in the entire transaction is the purchase and sale agreement. In Massachusetts, the purchase and sale agreement most often used is the so-called standard form agreement suppl...
08/21/2009
Sadly, completing a home improvement project on time, on budget and with good, quality work is the exception rather than the norm these days.  I have seen homeowners pour their home equity lines and savings into home improvement projects only to see the project left incomplete and riddled with de...
08/18/2009
This post is re-printed from my blog, The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. Recent Fannie Mae (FNMA) condominium lending regulations are beginning to live up to the hype as having an onerous impact on condominium sales and project development.  The changes, made in January, were part of an effo...
08/18/2009
Title insurance is an absolute necessity in every real estate conveyance transaction. The problem is that most home buyers don’t know what title insurance is or what it covers, and only see it for the first time on the closing settlement statement. Closing attorneys and title insurance companies ...
08/18/2009
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