For sale by owner (FSBO) is when the homeowner chooses to sell the house on their own without hiring a real estate agent to facilitate the sale.
A deed is a legal document that transfers ownership interest or title to a piece of real property from one party to another. In this blog we will discuss common types of property deeds and reasons you would use them. Read More
Finding out that there is an easement on your property could make you worry. This post will inform you of the basic knowledge of easement rights. What they are, the different types, and how long they can last.Read More
The appellate court in Fricano vs. Bank of America, 2015AP20 (Dec. 25, 2015) held that a bank is liable for damages despite selling a foreclosure property in an “as is” condition
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently decided that a real estate broker was entitled to a commission from the seller under a listing contract between the real estate broker and the seller even though the underlying purchase and sale agreement failed to close through no fault of the seller. (Ash Park, LLC v. Alexander & Bishop, Ltd, et. al., 2015 WI 65).
Whether you are a buyer or seller, you need to understand the Wisconsin Real Estate Condition Report in order to protect yourself.