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Two Ways You Can Do To Obtain Lower Mortgage Payments As A First-Time Homebuyer

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You have your eyes set on a home that you just know will be a perfect fit for your family. It has everything you need, and the asking price seems fair. However, when you talk to the mortgage company about making an offer, you discover that the payment you will have to make with the home loan is a bit higher than you can manage from month to month. While being quoted with a set monthly payment with a mortgage proposal can be scary if it is higher than expected, this monthly payment is not always set in stone.…

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4 Pitfalls You May Encounter As The Executor Of An Estate

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Probate is a process in which the courts closely examine a person’s last will and testament with the object of ensuring that the wishes of the deceased are properly carried out. It’s often a cumbersome process that can take over a year to be completed and is vulnerable to a wide variety of obstacles and complications. Acting as the executor of an estate is a huge responsibility and comes with many pitfalls.…

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Do You Need A Landscape Contingency?

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Most homebuyers know the importance of a home inspection, but many of them are not aware of the need for a landscape inspection. Since the focus of buyers is typically on the home, the landscape might only get a cursory glance. However, there could be problems with the landscape that lead to costly repairs later. If you are buying a home, here is what you need to know about a landscape inspection.…

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Often-Forgotten Assets Overlooked During Estate Planning

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If you want to ensure that your property and assets are handled correctly and fairly after your death, it is imperative that you work with an estate planning attorney to help you get everything in order. From your vehicles to your home, there can be a lot of belongings to decide what will happen with. While most people easily tack down the bigger assets and get plans made, there are always a few assets that slip by unattended during estate planning.…

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How Does Jointly Owning Property Affect The Probate Process After An Owner's Death?

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Probate administration is the process by which it is determined who legally inherits property after an owner’s death, and it’s necessary to verify that the deceased person’s wishes are being followed. However, not all forms of property are eligible for going through the probate process. Understanding how jointly owned property is handled after an owner’s death is important so you can decide if you want to use this ownership method or not long before anyone passes away.…

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