Before you buy a house in Texas, you'll hire an inspector to check for major defects. Once you get the report, you might be able to ask the seller to make repairs before you move in. The seller isn't legally obligated to make repairs, but they might agree or offer you...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Feb 16, 2021 | Real Estate Law
When you start shopping for a house in Texas, the law requires sellers to disclose information about the house's history, flaws and defects. This could include mold in the ceiling, leaky plumbing or drug activity in the home. If your seller isn't 100% truthful about...
Leasing your Texas home can be an effective way to defray the cost of owning it. Although the tenant has control of the property, you can set limits on how he or she can use it. Furthermore, you retain the right to transfer ownership of the property at any time before...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Dec 15, 2020 | Real Estate Law
Sight unseen real estate deals are more common in Texas than many potential market participants understand. These sales often involve high-end real estate or buyers in search of rental investments. Agents and other people interested in selling real estate sight unseen...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Oct 22, 2020 | Real Estate Law
As a property owner in Texas, you may have mineral rights on your land, especially if there is oil found below your land. Mineral rights can be profitable, but it is important to understand your rights in order to best protect your interests and make the most of them....
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Jun 30, 2020 | Real Estate Law
Investors in Texas and throughout the country may want to consider investing in commercial properties such as hotels, strip malls or multifamily homes. Individuals are encouraged to research supply and demand in a given area before they decide to purchase a certain...
Those who are looking to buy a home in Texas or any other state will need to account for closing costs. On average, closing costs total up to 7% of the home's purchase price. This means that a person who bought a home for $100,000 would pay up to $7,000 in fees. It is...
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | Mar 24, 2020 | Real Estate Law
It isn't uncommon for contingencies to be placed into real estate agreements involving properties in Texas and throughout the United States. For instance, a buyer may ask that he or she be able to inspect the property before purchasing it. A buyer may also ask for...
Texas is a major American influencer in virtually every imaginable commercial category. The state commands an unquestioned top-tier status in categories ranking from farming and natural resources to banking and space exploration.Indeed, Texas is synonymous with...
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