Purchase and Sale Related Blogs

Can a Buyer Close Escrow and Then Sue?

What happens if you discover that the seller misrepresented something during escrow? Can you still […]

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Seller’s Obligation to Disclose Material Facts

Material Fact in Real Estate If you are selling your single-family residence, you should be […]

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What Is an Appraisal Contingency & Why It Matters?

Appraisal Contingency – Key Takeaways Appraisal Contingency: This is a condition in a typical real […]

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Zachary Schorr Quoted in the Wall Street Journal!

Last week, Schorr Law’s lead trial counsel was quoted in the Wall Street Journal both in the […]

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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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Zachary Schorr Quoted on Realtor.com!

Earlier last week, Realtor.com quoted our Lead Trial Attorney Zachary Schorr when he provided  legal commentary on Deed […]

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3 Tips Before Buying Property with A Boyfriend or Girlfriend

Key Takeaways Buying a house with a boyfriend or girlfriend in California requires careful consideration […]

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Bridge Loans – Pros And Cons of Bridge Loan Financing

A bridge loan is a loan of money to cover a gap in time and […]

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C.A.R Purchase and Sale Dispute Resolution

At Schorr Law our real estate attorneys frequently litigate disputes that arise out of the […]

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