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Tangible and Intangible Property
 
Property is an external thing that can be owned or possessed. Property can be divided into two categories: tangible and intangible. The word tangible refers to something that has a definable physical form that can be felt or touched. The word intangible refers to something that cannot be perceived by the senses.More...
 
The Residential Real Estate Mortgage
 
Most purchases of residential property are financed through mortgages. A mortgage is a financial transaction by which a purchaser borrows money from a lender that is payable over time.More...
 
Real Estate Law
 
Renting vs. Buying: Should you rent or buy a home?More...
 
Reverse Mortgages
 
In order to determine whether a reverse mortgage is right for you, it is important to learn as much as you can about the nature of reverse mortgages and to make a full consideration of their advantages and disadvantages.More...
 
Estimating the Cost of Interstate Moving Expenses -- The Binding Estimate
 
Federal law regulates the business of carriers who transport household goods from one state to another. When a homeowner or a tenant enters into a contract with a mover to transport furniture and furnishings out of state, those federal laws and the regulations adopted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) come into play.More...
 
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