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By Rochford Law Posted on May 9, 2018 at 1:47 PM

Real Estate and Housing Market in Nashville

Nashville as a city is vibrant with opportunity. The economy in Nashville and surrounding cities is booming, and as a result, the areas are seeing an upswing in the housing market. Many businesses and individuals are moving in to take advantage of the amenities the city has to offer. Good weather, favorable taxing, and an improved quality of life means houses are being snatched off the market at a record pace. Moreover, housing experts are expecting the trend to continue throughout the rest of the year.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Residential Real Estate Law

By Rochford Law Posted on November 2, 2017 at 7:00 AM

Tennessee Purchase and Sale Agreements

For many homebuyers, it’s tempting to take a “do-it-yourself” approach to buying property in Tennessee. Here at Rochford Law & Real Estate Title, we have had the pleasure of working with many individuals who opted to buy or sell a home without using a real estate agent. Typically, these individuals are understandably looking to keep the purchase price down by avoiding costly real estate commissions. Buying or selling property is a huge transaction and it pays to do it right.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Purchase and Sales Agreement

By Rochford Law Posted on September 26, 2017 at 7:00 AM

How to Protect Yourself From Real Estate Scams

As a real estate attorney in Nashville, I’ve seen countless mutually beneficial real estate opportunities in which all parties benefit from the transaction and leave our offices smiling. On the other hand, however, I’ve also worked with a number of well-intended clients who have fallen victim to a real estate scam or need our help extricating themselves from the web of an unscrupulous developer/investor. Because we’d much rather leave the closing table to a sea of all-around smiles, we decided to put together a post on some of the most common real estate scams and questionable property flipping schemes. Knowledge is power.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Nashville Real Estate Law

By Rochford Law Posted on September 12, 2017 at 11:50 AM

Buying or Selling a Nashville Home Without a Realtor

We’ve all seen the For Sale By Owner signs dotting Nashville lawns. On the seller’s side, if you’re looking to downsize, upgrade, or relocate, selling your home in Nashville’s hot market can be a lucrative decision. On the other end of the real estate spectrum, if you’re looking for a friendly city with booming job prospects, buyers can count on Nashville to deliver.

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Topics: Buying A Home

By Rochford Law Posted on August 9, 2017 at 12:30 PM

Real Estate Title Companies and Closings

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When you buy a piece of property, whether it’s your first home or it’s your 10th investment property in Nashville, there are a lot of moving pieces. It can be overwhelming, not to mention financially irresponsible, not to work with a reputable title company for your property closing services.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Real Estate Closing, Real Estate Title, Title

By Rochford Law Posted on July 20, 2017 at 7:00 AM

So You Want To Sell/Buy Property “As Is”?

Buying and selling real estate may be one of the most important financial transactions that you will ever carry out in your life, but it’s also a lot of work. If the property in question has issues due to poor maintenance, natural conditions, or other factors, correcting these issues can be expensive and can complicate the sale of the property. The last thing that a buyer or a seller wants are complications that will slow or block the sale of property.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Selling Property, Selling Real Estate, Disclaimers, Disclosures

By Rochford Law Posted on June 9, 2016 at 3:00 AM

What Is A Deed Of Trust?

If you are financing your home, you will either sign a mortgage or a deed of trust. Which of these you will be signing is almost entirely a function of what state you live in. Most people are more familiar with mortgages, but if you live in a state where deeds of trust are the norm, it’s essential that you understand the difference between the two. As a prologue to this, it is first necessary to talk about promissory notes.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Deed, deed of trust, financing your house, mortgage, Nashville Real Estate, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Lawyers, Real Estate Title, Residential Real Estate Law, state law

By Rochford Law Posted on April 26, 2016 at 4:00 AM

Do I Need A Real Estate Attorney to Assist with Closing?

Dreaming of the future, exploring neighborhoods and finding the perfect home is an exciting time for most home buyers. For sellers, the process can be equally exhilarating as they prepare to take their next steps. And that wonderful moment when you learn your bid has been accepted (or, if you’re selling, you accept a bid) is a sweet one. For many buyers and sellers, however, that euphoria soon dissipates as the walls of closing-related paperwork begin to close in.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Real Estate Attorney, Real Estate Closing, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Title, Selling Property, Selling Real Estate

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