When to Order a Survey 11:12, January 8, 2020

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If you are buying real property, other than a condominium, you should always obtain a survey.  If you are borrowing money for the purchase, the lender will likely require a current survey.  And, the title company will likely require a survey in order for you to obtain title insurance coverage insuring over the pre-printed policy […]

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Right of First Refusal What is a “ROFR”?  The acronym stands for “Right of First Refusal.”  It is an option to purchase real property exercisable by the holder of the ROFR upon an offer to purchase a property made to a Seller by a third party that Seller is willing to accept.  People often confuse […]

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The Colorado legislature recently amended the Colorado statute relating to a tenant’s ability to cure lease defaults and avoid eviction. Under the amended eviction statutes, Colorado residential tenants will have additional time to cure defaults alleged by landlords. Before the enactment of House Bill 19-1118, a residential tenant generally had 3 days after written notice […]

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