• Brad, thanks for piping in on this topic.

    David, this is an excellent question and it falls under the Philosophy / Real Estate Law heading.

    I’m extremely surprised this has not come up on SP until now.

    You would think that a buyer and seller would equally consent to conveying a property (like any legal contract) right on the conveyance document…[Read more]

  • @bradmelis
    Yes, CoreLogic.

    There are a lot of names going around for all the auxiliary services I am using or shopping to do these kinds of deals. Hopefully the more I shop the more I learn to weed out extra fluff and keep it simple.

    Just shopping new scanner/printer/copier especially so I can use the e doc filing programs recently mentioned by…[Read more]

  • @bradmelis

    Thanks, Brad. This is a great question and thank you for taking my advice in the program seriously. I’ve never had a disapointing result from a mailer in West Texas so no, I don’t think, in this specific case, that property tax default rates are that important. Two additional points:

    1) Make sure you check access before you pull the…[Read more]

  • @bradmelis

    Thanks, Brad. This is a great question and thank you for taking my advice in the program seriously. I’ve never had a disapointing result from a mailer in West Texas so no, I don’t think, in this specific case, that property tax default rates are that important. Two additional points:

    1) Make sure you check access before you pull the…[Read more]