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SELLER SEMINAR OCTOBER 12, 2016 at JORDAN’S FURNITURE/IMAX THEATER

In conjunction with Jordan’s Furniture and North Shore 104.9 FM Radio, Carter Law Office, PC cordially invites you to a morning of education and entertainment. Join us for the following: RE97R15 Due Diligence in Seller Representation in Residential Real Estate Transactions Wednesday, October 12,2016 8:30 am Registration 9:00 to 11:00 am Seminar 11:00 to 12:00 am Live taping […]

Keeping it Real Estate Podcast- January 23rd 2016

Hosted by real estate attorney Rick Carter and Tony V, Keeping it Real Estate, Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 9:30 is your source for real estate and mortgage tips on the North Shore. Join the professors of real estate as they chat with industry experts every week. Whether you’re selling or buying, Rick and Tony […]

Buying A Massachusetts Condominium? 15 Things to Consider

Are you thinking of buying a Massachusetts Condominium? A condominium is a certain form of property ownership which is allowed pursuant to the Massachusetts Condominium Act, General Laws Chapter 183A.   A condominium is defined as “a building or complex of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses”. There are several advantages in […]

Keeping it Real Estate Podcast- June 7th 2015

Hosted by real estate attorney Rick Carter and Tony V, Keeping it Real Estate, Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 9:30 is your source for real estate and mortgage tips on the North Shore. Join the professors of real estate as they chat with industry experts every week. Whether you’re selling or buying, Rick and Tony […]

Identification needed for a Real Estate Closing

Preventing fraud with Identification at a real estate closing We have all heard of the stories where the supposed husband and wife are signing the property over to the new buyer. When in fact the husband has brought an accomplice to forge the wife’s signature.  In the old days this might have slipped by the closing […]

Top Ten Tips for Buying a Short Sale

I represent a lot of buyers in their pursuit of buying a “short-sale” property. What is a short-sale? A short-sale occurs when the Seller is not selling the property for enough to pay off the liens on the property. (Similar to a property that is “upside down”. But with a short-sale the Seller also has to show that they […]

Is my deposit protected if I lose my job?

If you are purchasing a property you should have a Massachusetts Real Estate Attorney review your Purchase and Sale Agreement. As a Massachusetts Real Estate attorney our main goal in reviewing the Purchase and Sale Agreement is to protect the Buyer’s deposit money. Unfortunately the Massachusetts Real Estate attorney has to think along the lines of […]

Closing Costs for Massachusetts Home Sellers

The Real Estate Bar Association has many good practice standards and tips for Home Buyers and Home Sellers of Massachusetts Real Estate. With any Purchase and Sale Agreement I work with I include language in the Agreement that the parties should adhere to those Practice Standards. That way if there is any dispute on certain […]

About Massachusetts Short Sales

Are you a Massachusetts homeowner that has missed mortgage payments, know your going to miss mortgage payments or have received a foreclosure notice? Learn about Massachusetts Short Sales.  It is important to remember you have options to foreclosure and understanding the Massachusetts short sales process. In just about all pre-foreclosure situations you are better off […]

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