Real Estate Disclosure In Colorado

Before buying a home, a seller has to disclose any major problems regarding the property before the sale. As a buyer, you will want to know everything possible about your soon-to-be property including the physical condition and any problem that may affect the value of the property. Years ago, sellers were allowed to remain silent on potential problems unless they were asked specifically by the buyer. This was under the doctrine of caveat emptor (buyer beware). Colorado is one state that requires sellers to tell the prospective buyer about certain conditions. If the seller does not ‘disclose’ these conditions, or fails to comply with seller disclosure law, the seller may be held liable for t

What Coloradoans Need To Know If They Own Property In Florida After Hurricane Irma

Colorado has long since had a connection with Florida. Many people own homes or vacation homes in both Florida and Colorado. Weather catastrophes occur in both states. Right now, most of our nation is tuned in to Hurricane Irma, her path and the damage being done as she moves over the state. It may be tough and confusing as to where you can turn to look for guidance and assistance if you own property in Florida. After any natural disaster, The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) lists up-to-date resources and information. Their website is www.fema.gov. The Emergency Declaration extends from September 4 to October 1, 2017. Their website will list areas that have approved for individu

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