Posts tagged "Real Estate Litigation"

Failure to disclose can lead to real estate litigation

Selling a home can be a stressful thing. In today's market, houses in New Orleans either sit without buyers for a long time or they sell quickly. Regardless, when one finds a buyer, wanting the sale to go through swiftly and without issue is understandable. One thing that can stop a transaction in its tracks is the disclosure list, which is why some sellers may be tempted to keep certain information to themselves. Doing so, however, can lead to real estate litigation.

Scrutinizing the abstract of title when purchasing Louisiana land

Many people assume that when they purchase a piece of land, they own it outright with no hindrances, and rightly so. However, the unfortunate truth is that is not always the case. For this reason, thoroughly reviewing the abstract of title is vital whether that land is here in Louisiana or elsewhere.

Thinking long term when buying a home

The process of looking for the right home for a Louisiana family is not easy. It can be a complex and lengthy process to find the right place, make an offer and negotiate. Buying a home can be an exciting process, but buyers would be wise to think long term at every step, ensuring they do not allow their emotions or the appeal of a home to expose them to risks in the future.

When should I decline to sell my real estate?

Selling property is an enormous undertaking, and after all of the hard work and effort most people put into the process, it might feel counterintuitive to reject an offer to buy. However, there are several very good reasons for doing just that. Here are a few situations in which it might be appropriate to decline a real estate purchase offer.

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