Klosinski Overstreet discusses how Georgia home sellers may not have to disclose certain issues with the house.

Buyers Beware: Georgia Home Sellers May Not Have to Disclose Certain Issues

In Georgia, there are certain things that home sellers have to disclose to potential buyers prior to closing. However, there are also issues that Georgia home sellers are under no legal obligation to disclose. As such, there is often confusion regarding what exactly sellers must disclose to potential buyers, and this leads to a litany …

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What is Title Insurance?

Title insurance insures against financial loss stemming from property title defects. This form of insurance is frequently purchased by home buyers and mortgage lenders prior to closing. The closing attorney’s office researches the title to ensure to the best of their ability that there are no title problems with the property, such as fraud, unpaid …

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The Importance of Due Diligence in Georgia Commercial Real Estate

Due diligence is a commonly used term in commercial real estate that refers to the process of inspecting, examining, and investigating property to determine its suitability for a particular transaction before closing. This term is also often used in business transactions to describe the process of inspecting, examining, and investigating a business entity prior to …

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Closing Tips

Closing is the last step in a real estate transaction, and it usually occurs at a time, location, and date agreed upon by the seller and buyer. During closing, paperwork is executed, and the property is handed over to the buyer. Below are some tips to help make the closing process easier in South Carolina. …

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