While buying or selling a home or other real estate in Colorado is often completed without the use of an attorney, there are special considerations and complex legal issues that arise when buying or selling a home or other real estate in the middle of a divorce case. Consulting an attorney who has knowledge of real estate law and divorce should be part of the plan to buy or sell real estate, while a divorce case is pending in Colorado.
Rental Application Fairness Act: What actions must Colorado landlords and property managers take after passage of the new state law known as House Bill 19-1106?
Many buyers expect their broker to evaluate whether the buyer can change the property post-closing.
NAR’s Clear Cooperation Policy Sellers will no longer be able to waive MLS rules that require listing brokers to promptly submit listings to the MLS. Brokers must enter the property into the MLS within one business day after the property is “publically marketed.” Learn how this rule will affect your business model and get a … Continue Reading
Avoiding Seller “Blank Check Risk” For Inspection Resolutions Any time a seller agrees to repair something for a buyer, there is the risk that the repair will cost much more than the seller expects. Learn the pros and cons of the five basic options for protecting your seller against that risk.
A short-term rental is generally when you rent out a residential property or part of a residential property for less than 30 days. Laws exist and continue to be made that can restrict short-term rental properties.
When to be Cruel to be Kind You are successful partly because you have an inclination to help people. Yet sometimes your desire to help hurts your clients and unnecessarily exposes you to liability. Consider the buyer who has remorse and wants to back of a deal at the last minute without a legal justification … Continue Reading
I am a real estate investor and I acquired a treasurer’s deed to a property because the former owner didn’t pay the property taxes. Do I need a quiet title action to sell this property?
For example, the buyer’s loan objection deadline has passed and the buyer doesn’t have loan approval. Can the seller kick the buyer out of the deal at that point?
Must You Extend Listing when Purchase Contract Closes After its Expiration? Webcast 6/18/19: Must You Extend Listing when Purchase Contract Closes After its Expiration? Consider a situation where you have a six month listing agreement. The seller enters into a contract five and one half months into the listing that is scheduled to close after … Continue Reading