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A Guest Post By Gabrielle Daniels, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Sudbury, MA. Orginally posted on the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. Similar to the obsession over Massachusetts real estate and addiction to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is our addiction to The Bachelor / The Bac...
08/04/2010
  As a blogging enthusiast, I think this is one of the best designed blogs I've seen.  My main blog also uses the Thesis Wordpress theme which I think is fantastic.   Before we get started, let me disclose that I am biased: I worked with Janie and Shelly on The Coral Gables Story - in a personal ...
08/02/2010
If the condominium project that you are listing or your buyer is interested in is involved in any pending litigation over construction or its common areas, chances are the borrower will not be able to obtain a conventional loan under newer, strict Fannie Mae condominium lending guidelines. As you...
07/22/2010
Under the new federal Lead Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP), most home improvement projects on homes build before 1978 will require certified lead paint removal contractors to follow strict lead paint removal precautions. To comply with the new regulation, those working on older ...
07/12/2010
Cape Cod July 4th Celebrations Here is the schedule of local Cape Cod July 4th celebrations. There were some on Friday (the fireworks in Orleans) and there are some on Saturday (Parades in Chatham, Orleans, Centerville and Hyannisport). The biggies on Sunday, July 4th, are fireworks in Hyannis, F...
07/03/2010
Fannie Mae’s new Loan Quality Initiative (LQI) mandates become effective on June 1, 2010, and these rules are really taking the mortgage industry by surprise. The new rules could derail some closings for buyers who rack up purchases or even take out new store credit cards before their home sales...
06/14/2010
Overview: A Suit Pending This is an outline of the Massachusetts lis pendens law, but some of the general principles are the same from state to state. A lis pendens is Latin for “a suit pending.” Under the Massachusetts lis pendens law, a lis pendens is a notice endorsed by a judge certifying tha...
06/13/2010
Robert Frost once said “good fences make good neighbors.” When that fence encroaches over a neighbor’s property line, that neighbor can turn from good to upset very quickly. When boundary or encroachments disputes arise, a little known legal doctrine often comes into play:  adverse possession. Ad...
06/03/2010
The mortgage lending underwriting environment has changed dramatically in the last several years. At the peak of the bubble, mortgage professionals joked that you needed only to be able to fog a mirror to get a loan. These days, even borrowers with good incomes and good credit scores can get tur...
05/22/2010
As we head towards a major deadline for the popular $8,000 home buyer tax credit, we’ve been asked a number of times by real estate agents and mortgage professionals whether buyers need a signed offer to purchase or signed purchase and sale agreement by the upcoming April 30th tax credit deadlin...
04/26/2010
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