Quit Claim vs. Warranty Deed in Divorce

Quit Claim vs. Warranty Deed in Divorce

Transferring ownership of real property incident to divorce? Most divorce professionals request a Quit Claim Deed when transferring property for a divorce scale. A basic understanding of the various real estate deeds, i.e., Quitclaim deed vs. Warranty deed, is a must...
Mortgage Loan Process in 2022

Mortgage Loan Process in 2022

Whether you are an experienced home buyer or you’re taking out a Portland mortgage for the first time, it’s common to have questions about the mortgage loan process in 2022. The real estate market changes regularly, especially in the wake of the still ongoing COVID-19...
Using Creative Thinking During Divorce Negotiations

Using Creative Thinking During Divorce Negotiations

Having a strong divorce team with creative thinking can help solve common concerns regarding the marital home or purchasing a new home post-divorce. Couples contemplating divorce want to know “what they are legally entitled to.” It is natural to want the information...
How to upgrade your home to increase value

How to upgrade your home to increase value

We offer mortgage assistance in Oregon, and we speak with a lot of home seekers on a daily basis. Often, we hear our clients discuss the features they absolutely loved in the home they decided to buy (or we hear comments about the reasons they passed on other houses...
Home Decorating Ideas

Home Decorating Ideas

So, you’re finally ready to start looking for your own home? With a good real estate company behind you, the hardest part of this process should be choosing your new place and signing the relevant mortgage paperwork. Everything else? That’s where your creativity can...
Buying A New Home When Obligated For the Marital Mortgage?

Buying A New Home When Obligated For the Marital Mortgage?

“I can’t buy a new home if I’m still on the marital mortgage!” is often the statement made by the spouse leaving the marital home. Fortunately, this isn’t necessarily true. In many divorce situations, the spouse retaining the marital home won’t qualify to refinance...
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