February 03, 2020 by Joe

Understanding “As-Is Where-Is” In Real Estate Contracts

You may see the term “as-is where-is” in real estate contracts, especially in the sale of bank owned properties. People often misunderstand “as-...

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January 16, 2020 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Common Questions About 1031 Exchanges

To understand 1031 exchanges, avoid these common misconceptions. If you want to build a real estate empire, you need to understand 1031 excha...

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January 02, 2020 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

4 Ways Escrow Benefits Real Estate Buyers and Sellers

How Escrow Works In any real estate transaction, it’s important to know how escrow works so that you can confidently move forward with the sale and...

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December 03, 2019 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Avoid Critical Mistakes With A Commercial Property Inspection

If you’re in the process of buying an office building, shopping center, apartment complex or other type of building, a commercial property inspectio...

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November 08, 2019 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Is Title Insurance Necessary?

What title insurance covers and why it’s important Title insurance can reveal any past problems that may arise when selling a prope...

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October 10, 2019 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Real Estate Appraisal Methods: The 3 Approaches To Property Value

What you should know about real estate appraisal methods In addition, appraisals help with negotiations, taxes, insurance and lending. Understanding ...

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September 18, 2019 by Anya Moschetti, CPA

Don’t Be Held Hostage in Negotiations

Would you “split the difference” if two people’s lives were at stake? My guess is no. Yet, in a business world, “splitting the difference” i...

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September 15, 2019 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Two-to-Four Unit Residences

Homes with two to four residences are generally considered to fall under the category of Residential Real Estate, just as single family homes. Acqu...

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September 13, 2019 by Anya Moschetti, CPA

Contingency Research

When the offer is prepared, various contingencies get put in place. (A good example would be an appraisal contingency if the buyer needs to borrow the...

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September 10, 2019 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.


Buying commercial or multi-family property is all about the numbers. There is an expression in real estate that you make your money at the point of pu...

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