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Owning Residential Real Property Under Common Ownership

Joint Property Ownership, Property Ownership Agreements and Partition of Real Property Owning residential real property with another person can be rewarding but also challenging or difficult in certain circumstances when property owners cannot agree on the maintenance or disposition of the property in the event of a dispute between the property owners.  Outside of a … Continue Reading

My partner and I want to buy a house together, but we aren’t married.

What’s the best way for me to protect my interests? In addition to the rise of ‘fractional equity ownership’ in Colorado real estate, it seems more and more common for individuals to buy a house together absent formal marriage. In such a situation, it is advisable to enter into an agreement that sets out the … Continue Reading

Is Buyer’s Termination Over “Loan Availability” Legit?

What happens when a seller and a buyer disagree over whether the buyer’s termination of a contract due to lack of “loan availability” is legit? Watch this video to learn the four-step process to resolve these fights. This webcast links to other relevant webcasts: “Loan Termination” Splits in Two; Buyers Using Contingencies for Purposes other … Continue Reading

A Primer on the Post-Treasurer’s Deed Quiet Title Process

In Colorado, a real estate investor can purchase a lien on delinquent real estate taxes. Upon the satisfaction of certain conditions, the investor can apply for a treasurer’s deed to take title to the subject property. A prior article explains title companies generally will not insure title based on a treasurer’s deed, but that a … Continue Reading

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