Purchase and Sale Related Blogs

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What Is the Function of Escrow?

An escrow is a neutral place where the parties to a purchase and sale agreement […]

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Buyer of Residential Income Property’s Easiest Way to Cancel Sale Without Breaching Contract

After a entering into a residential income property purchase agreement (as set forth in C.A.R. […]

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Seller’s Broker’s Duty to Be Factually Accurate

The California Court of Appeals in Saffie v. Scheming (2014) 224 Cal.App. 4th 563, recently held that […]

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Tips for Buying a House with a Boyfriend or Girlfriend

Ownership disputes among non-married couples are quite common.  These types of disputes typically lead to […]

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California Association of Realtors Purchase and Sale Agreement Changed

As Los Angeles based real estate lawyers we feel that we have litigated nearly every […]

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Continued Tax Relief for Short Sellers?

In a short sale a lender forgives a portion of a borrower’s debt by allowing […]

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Pitfalls of Buying a Home With a Friend

One of Schorr Law’s real estate attorneys, Michael Ouziel, was quoted online today on MortgageLoan.com […]

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Avoiding Buyer’s Remorse

Schorr Law’s lead real estate attorney – Zachary D. Schorr – was recently quoted in […]

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Buyer Fails to Close Escrow – Liquidated Damages to Seller

Many purchase and sale agreements in California contain liquidated damages provisions. To avoid uncertainty and […]

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