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Installment Land Contracts and Lease/Option Agreements

  Installment Land Contracts and Lease/Option Agreements – DON’T DO THESE! Use an All-Inclusive or “Wrap” Deed of Trust Instead We get many calls from buyers, sellers, and real estate brokers, asking us to prepare either an installment land contract, called an “ILC” or a “contract for deed,” or a lease with an option to … Continue Reading

Who Can Lien On Whom?

  A construction lender lends funds to an owner. The owner acts as its own general contractor and hires subcontractors to build a building on the owner’s property. For whatever reason (e.g. mismanagement, embezzlement, bad luck), the owner does not pay the subs. The subs stop work and file mechanic’s liens. Neither the lender nor … Continue Reading

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