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Although mostly recognized as just another "charge" at closing, title insurance is the most important investment you can make on your most valued asset - your home. Title insurance insures the buyer (and mortgage lender) that the property that is being bought has "good title." It protects title problems that often are discovered months or years after closing. These title problems include: undiscovered liens or judgments from the prior owners, forged deeds, falsification of
June 27, 2013 - 6:00 to 8:00 pm
100 Frost Drive, North Haven, CT
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This house was purchased through direct mailing to non-owner occupied by two women rehabbers. Discover how they created a win-win deal for them and the owner:
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- tax liens
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And... it is already
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Originally Posted by femery76
I am a tech-guy who started learning about real estate a couple years ago, let me tell you my story maybe we can help each other,
a couple of years ago I was a tech-support manager for a surveillance company called American Sentry Guard, for them I did everything from marketing systems, building systems,
development and maintenance of their websites, development of surveillance software, ebay sales, and much more. One day I went into work and
With the Outer Banks real estate market beginning to make a rebound, people are starting to take notice and join in on the search for a home before all the good deals go away. It wasn't long ago when foreclosures ruled the real estate world and fire sales were popping up all over the place. Now, the foreclosures have almost gone away here on the OBX. Distressed properties never really took more than a 25% share of the market here on the Outer Banks but the foreclosure sales did heavily contribute