Tag Archives: real estate

  1. The Due-On-Sale Clause: What It Is And When To Ignore It

    A Due-On-Sale Clause can be found in most contemporary mortgage instruments and, as the name suggests, states that the mortgage debt will become due upon sale of the property.  From a lender’s perspective the logic is fairly straightforward – security for the loan is put at risk when the collateral property is owned by a…

  2. A (Very) Basic Introduction to Estates in Land

    As with most legal concepts, the question of real estate ownership is not simply a yes or no proposition – like cakes and onions, the answer has layers.  Specifically, the various rights accompanying real property ownership can vary in kind, degree, and duration, and include – but are most certainly not limited to – the…

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