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September 2019 Archives

What problems can arise during a closing?

Closing on the home of your dreams is an exhilarating experience, that is until something goes horribly wrong. Unfortunately, there are a lot of issues that can prevent a closing from going through, and it's important that you're prepared for any last-minute hangups to ensure you're able to purchase the home you've chosen. Zillow.com explains a few of the most common closing issues and what you can do to avoid them. 

Landlords, tenants and carpet replacement

There are so many different issues that can affect landlords and tenants, it can be difficult to pinpoint one. In this post, however, we will focus on carpet replacement from the perspectives of landlords as well as tenants. There are a number of legal matters that may need to be taken into consideration when it comes to carpet replacement, but we will cover some of the most common issues that arise. Carpet can be at the center of a dispute between a landlord and their tenant(s) and can even lead to litigation. As a result, it is imperative to be aware of your rights and responsibilities.

How can I avoid rental scams?

Rental scams are unfortunately all too common these days. Common scams utilize certain methods and tactics to trick unwitting renters into parting with large sums of money in the hopes of securing a place to live. The good news is that many scams are pretty obvious, provided you have the right information. U.S. News & World Report explains a few of the many red flags one can look out for when in search of a rental property. 

Will privacy laws prevent you from helping your child?

Like many in North Carolina and elsewhere, you may think of estate planning as something you do when you get older. In fact, you may not have even considered this process for yourself, so the thought that your child may benefit from estate planning may seem absurd. However, with the new school year starting, this may be an excellent time to consider certain estate planning tools that can save you precious time if your child should need your help.

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