Ways Property May Be Titled?

January 12, 2018

Real estate can be a great investment to help secure your financial future and that of your family.  For most people, real estate is a major purchase, and could be one of the largest assets the family will ever hold.  Because it is such a large purchase with the potential to be a long-term investment, […]

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Real estate gets really, really real when you’re a conservator

October 30, 2017

Credit  Sarah Sicheneder, Attorney Either Voltaire or that guy from Spiderman said: With great power comes great responsibility. We’re pretty sure they were talking about navigating a real estate transaction when you’re a conservator. There are so many hoops to jump through that even the hoops have hoops. Don’t fret. We’re here to help. Let’s […]

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Selling a House Without a Realtor? Read This First

March 20, 2017

Written by Jack Clinton, Attorney You can sell your house without a realtor. But “no realtor” doesn’t mean you should do it totally on your own. There’s a middle-of-the-road option that can save time, money, and a world of headaches.

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Are You an Outlaw Landlord?

August 18, 2016

Renting Out Your Home? You Could Be Sued By the City. Homeowners across the country are using online listing services such as HomeAway, Vacation Rentals By Owner (VRBO), and Airbnb to rent out their homes. Locally, residents of Chaska are eyeing big paydays this fall when the Ryder Cup comes to Hazeltine National Golf Club, […]

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Probate Basics, Part 6

June 28, 2016

Part of an occasional series on probate. Probate and Property (as in Real Estate)? What if the person who passed away owned land in more than one state? If the he or she owned out-of-state land, the laws of the other state govern who inherits it unless there is a will. If there is a […]

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