There are multiple reasons why a person may want to transfer ownership of their home. For example, perhaps they want to sell their home for a profit. Or, perhaps they want to add a spouse’s name to the home, or leave a home to a grown child. Whatever the reason, understanding the methods of homeowner transfer for your Boston property is important. For more detailed answers, contact real estate attorney Deborah Gold-Alexander.
You may think that real estate law is straightforward, regardless of whether you are buying or selling. The truth is, though, buying and selling property and understanding the ins and outs of real estate law in Revere, Massachusetts is incredibly complex, and is often best done with the assistance of a legal professional. If you are engaging in the real estate process, do not overlook the importance of an experienced Revere real estate attorney, like Deborah Gold-Alexander Attorney at Law.
If you are thinking about buying a home, new rules took effect on October 3, 2015 that will change your home buying experience. For a comprehensive review of the new rules, you should visit the website (www.consumerfinance.gov) for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the federal government agency charged with overseeing consumer finance.
Just approximately 15 miles up the coast from Boston are Swampscott and Marblehead, Massachusetts, two small, affluent North Shore communities. Known for their beaches and suburban lifestyle, Swampscott and Marblehead have much to offer families and those looking to get away from Boston’s chaos though close enough to enjoy its urban amenities. Read more