Real Estate

Buying a Home? Look for These Red Flags

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Buying a home is something of an adventure; if it weren’t, there wouldn’t be an entire network devoted to shows about house hunting. But adventures can go wrong quickly, and not every quest for a new home ends with the happy ending you see on TV. Here are some red flags you should look for […]

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What You Need to Disclose When Selling Your House

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Your house may not be perfect, but it’s your home, and you love its little quirks. That is, until it’s time to sell it, and you realize that potential buyers may find those “quirks” problematic enough that they decide not to make an offer. Learn what you need to disclose when selling your house in […]

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Do I Need an Attorney to Buy a House in Michigan?

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The short answer is that an attorney’s services are not required to buy or sell a house in Michigan. But before you heave a sigh of relief at not having to pay an attorney’s fee, consider some very good reasons why you might want to have an attorney involved in the purchase or sale of […]

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Important Landlord-Tenant Laws in Michigan

In Michigan, as in other states, a body of law exists to regulate the relationship between landlords and tenants. Each has rights and each has responsibilities, some created by public statute, and some by private agreement (the lease). Here are some things it’s wise to understand before entering into a landlord-tenant relationship from either side. […]

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Joint Tenancy with Survivorship Rights

In Michigan, as in other states, the use of joint tenancy is one way to co-own property and allow it to pass outside of probate when one co-owner dies. However, it may or may not be the best choice, depending on one’s individual circumstances. What is Joint Tenancy? Joint tenancy is a type of property […]

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Evicting a Tenant in Michigan

In Michigan, if a landlord desires to remove a tenant from a residential rental property, the landlord must follow the eviction process (referred to as the Summary Proceeding). If you are a Michigan company, court rules require that your company be represented by an attorney during the Summary Proceeding. To begin the eviction process, you […]

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