Due Diligence: What Does That Mean in Real Estate Deals?

Today, it is generally recommended that buyers do a thorough investigation of the property before they are committed to buy. This reduces the risk the buyer will be disappointed and increases the chances the seller will get what they most want besides a good price–a clean break from the property and the buyer at closing. What follows are items learned from hundreds of transactions.

Residential Sales

Commercial Real Property – Sales and Leasing

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National Law Review, Volumess I, Number 243