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FREE Forms: Utah County For Sale by Owner

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FREE Forms: Utah County For Sale by Owner
We would like to help you for free. We will provide the following free Utah Real Estate forms for you. Here are some Real Estate Forms. If you would like any other forms please contact our team directly.
It is advisable to consult a lawyer or a Realtor when entering into a legally binding real estate purchase contract. – A Utah Real Estate contract is a contract for the purchase of real estate between parties. Real estate contracts are typically bilateral contracts (i. e. , agreed to by two parties) and should have the legal requirements specified by contract law in general and should also be in writing to be enforceable. The seller typically collects an earnest money deposit on the home he/she is selling. Contingencies in the contract dictate the buyers Keep reading

REAL ESTATE CE

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REAL ESTATE CE
Classes are offered online and live in Salt Lake City and Southern Utah. Real Estate CE classes are for active Sales Agents and Brokers and the tuition cost is /hour. Active real estatePlicensees are required to complete 18 hours of CE every 2 years. At least 9 of the 18 hours must be CORE credits.
New Agents must complete the 12-hr New Agent CoursePplus 6 CE hours. Each of our CE classes are approved by the Utah Division of Real Estate for renewal certification. Scroll down for individual class descriptions. Online CE classes are sold by the hour.
You simply purchase the number of hours you need, up to 18 hours, and you have full access to all the CE classes we offer. Once you have registered and purchased hours need, then you pick and choose the hours you need. As of January 2011, the Utah Division Keep reading

Michael P. Petrogeorge, Business Lawyer, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Mr. Petrogeorge is a shareholder in the firm’s Litigation department, specializing in real estate litigation and general civil litigation. He also maintains a practice in Utah liquor licensing. In the area of real estate litigation, Mr.
Petrogeorge handles a broad array of disputes and substantive issues, including breach of real estate contracts, liens enforcement and defense, easements, boundary disputes, partitions, fraudulent transfers, nuisance, trespass, and landlord/tenant disputes. He has litigated numerous general civil litigation matters involving a wide range of issues including breach of contract, unjust enrichment, fraud/misrepresentation, misappropriation of confidential and trade secret information and breach of fiduciary duties and other torts. Mr. Petrogeorge has been involved in numerous Keep reading

Posts Categorized: Utah Real Estate Properties

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Can You Cancel a Real Estate Contract?

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Can You Cancel a Real Estate Contract?
When involved in the sale of a home, itБs crucial for the buyer and seller to understand the details of the real estate contract before itБs signed and, in particular, to recognize the points at which the contract can be cancelled without penalty. A real estate contract, once signed by the buyers and sellers, is legally binding. While contracts vary from one jurisdiction to another and each contract is individually negotiated, many have contingencies that allow either party to cancel under specific circumstances. However, neither side can just say БI changed my mindБ without facing some consequences.
Buyers and Contracts As a buyer, you typically provide anб when you make an offer on a home. The deposit is credited toward your down payment or returned to you if the contract is legitimately cancelled. If you opt not to buy a house without Keep reading

Vacating Provo Utah Real Estate after Closing

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Vacating Provo Utah Real Estate after Closing
When is the proper time for the Seller to vacate their property after closing? This question comes up quite often during the process of the Provo Utah Real Estate transaction. Just when the proper time is, depends solely on the wording within the Real Estate Purchase Contract. Unless the property is vacant, generally speaking the seller has until after recording with the county.
Most important is how much was indicated within the REPC. Usually it takes about a month to close a smooth transaction on a purchase. If the transaction turns out to be a nightmare, then the closing could go on for an extended period of time. Another method that can be used is an occupancy agreement between the parties. If the seller needs more time to move, the can execute the Occupancy Agreement, the seller can pay rent on a per diem basis.
This could bring up a liability problem, which should also be discussed as part of the occupancy Keep reading

Find the Right Real Estate Lawyer

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Find the Right Real Estate Lawyer
My Closing is Going Poorly, Can a Lawyer Help Me? Many buyers encounter problems when buying a home or any piece of property. Sellers sometimes refuse to close, sellers and buyers cannot agree on terms of a contract, and problems with the property occur before closing. If you have encountered any of these problems, or anything similar during closing, an attorney can aid you greatly.
When the seller refuses to close on a piece of property, an attorney can help you bring them to court and seek an order of specific performance, which requires the seller to transfer the property at an agreed upon price. A lawyer can also help you sue for monetary damages if you feel the seller has caused you to lose money in any unnecessary way. If problems occur with the property before Keep reading

Foreclosure

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Foreclosure
, a creditor must follow these steps:, usually the lender, a title company or an attorney, records a at the county recorder’s office. P The Notice of Default includes a statement of why the trustee believes your loan is in default. P The usual reason is that the borrower has not made the scheduled payment. P A trustee is required to give written notice of the default to the borrower and anyone who has filed a.
P This is usually done by registered mail. P Always arrange to get any letters sent by registered mail. P The Notice is valid even if you fail to sign for it or pick it up from the post office. You will likely receive a copy of the Notice of Default.
P However, if you suspect that you are in default, you should check with Keep reading

Utah Real Estate Practices

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Utah Real Estate Practices
Please identify the standard exceptions and requirements that are customarily used in your state. 1) Taxes or assessments which are not shown as existing liens by the records of any taxing authority that levies taxes or assessments on real property or by the Public Records. Proceedings by a public agency which may result in taxes or assessments, or notices of such proceedings, whether or not shown by the records of such agency or by the Public Records. 2) Any facts, rights, interests, or claims which are not shown by the Public Records, but which could be ascertained by an inspection of the Land or by making inquiry of persons in possession thereof. 3) Easements, liens, or encumbrances, or claims thereof, which are not shown by the Public Records. 4) Any encroachment, encumbrance, violation, variation, or adverse circumstance affecting the Title that would be disclosed by an accurate and complete land survey of the Land and not shown by the Public Records. 5) (a) Unpatented Keep reading