REAL ESTATE TAX ASSESSMENT APPEALS IN MISSOURI

  REAL ESTATE TAX ASSESSMENT APPEALS   Every two years in Missouri, (odd years), all real estate is reassessed for purposes of determining a fair market value for real estate …

KANSAS MARITAL PROPERTY LAW AND REAL ESTATE LAW

    Kansas Marital Property Law and Real Estate Law “Marital property” is the legal term that refers to all of the possessions and interests acquired after a couple gets married. …

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IF YOU ARE A PURCHASER OF AN INVESTMENT PROPETY YOU NEED TO OBTAIN AN ETOPPEL CERTIFICATE TO AVOID LAWSUITS AND POTENTIAL CLOUDS ON TITLE

An Estoppel Certificate (or Estoppel Letter) is a document often used in due diligence in Real estate and mortgage activities. It is a document often completed, but at least signed, by a tenant used in …

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LAW ON RETURN OF DEPOSIT IN MISSOURI – PET DEPOSIT DOES NOT COUNT AS DEPOSIT REQUIRED TO BE RETURNED OR ACCOUNTED FOR UNDER STATUTE

2015 Missouri Revised StatutesTITLE XXXVI STATUTORY ACTIONS AND TORTS (521-538)Chapter 535 Landlord-Tenant ActionsSection 535.300 Security deposits, limitation–return of deposit or notice of damages, when–withholding deposit, when–tenant’s right to damages–security deposit …

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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF FSBO? LAWYER/BROKER SERVICES AVAILABLE

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SELLING YOUR HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER WITHOUT A REALTOR? The biggest reason to consider some form of FSBO is the money you may save. …

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  REAL ESTATE LAW Transfer-on-Death Deeds A transfer-on-death (TOD) deed, or beneficiary deed, allows an owner of real property to execute a deed that names a beneficiary who will obtain …

If you plan to buy your first home, trade up to a larger home, or downsize now that your children are out on their own, or are in the process of selling your property, Mark A. Roy, a real estate lawyer can provide you with insight and legal guidance from start to finish.

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Foreclosure activity in Kansas and Missouri dropped sharply in July 2014 compared to a year ago. 507 properties in Kansas were facing default notices, scheduled auction and bank repossessions last month. That was down 30.2 % from July 2013. However, compared to June 2013 foreclosure actions were up 24% statewide. In Missouri 736 properties were scheduled for foreclosure down 48% on an annual basis from July 2013 and down 22% from June 2013. Nationwide 109,434 properties were in some stage of the foreclosure process in July 2014, and 2% increase from July 2014. Depspite the rise, foreclosure activity was 16 % below a year ago. It was the 46th consecutive month in which activity declined on an annual basis.

The non-traded REIT sector has experienced a flurry of liquidity events of late and that activity shows no signs of slowing. There seems to be a ?perfect storm? going on in the non-traded REIT industry that is driving the trend, says Kevin Hogan, CEO of the Investment Program Association (IPA), an investor advocacy group. Many non-traded REITs are maturing at a time when property fundamentals are improving and there is an abundance of capital in the market.

According to today’s KC Star Average long-term mortgage rates rose slightly this week but remained near their lows for the year. Mortgage company Freddie Mac said the nationwide average for a 30 year loan increase to 4.14% from 4.12 last week. The average for the 15 year mortgage rose to 3.27 from 3.23 last week. Mortgage rates are below levels of a year ago. They have fallen in recent weeks after climbing last summer when the Federal Reserve began talking about about reducing the monthly bond purchases it was making to keep long-term borrowing rates low.

According to KC Star 8/6/2014 U.S. home prices rose in June 2014 by the smallest year over year amount in 20 months, slowed by modest sales and more properties coming on the market. Data provider Core-Logic said prices rose 7.5% in June compared with 12 months earlier. That’s a solid gain but less than 8.3% year over year increase in May and a recent year to year peak of 11.9% in February. Month to month, June prices rose just 1.4% in May. But CoreLogic’s monthly figures are not adjusted for seasonal patterns, such as warmer spring weather. The slowing price gains should make buying a house more affordable. Prices had risen sharply last year, along with mortgage rates.