What do REALTORS® really want to know when they call the Texas REALTORS® Legal Hotline? Association attorneys shared answers to the 10 most common questions during a December 15 webinar. Major topics include the Seller’s Disclosure Notice and the Third Party Financing Addendum. Watch the video.
To browse answers to more frequently asked questions, visit the Legal FAQ page.
I am happy to see so many answers to Texas real estate issues are answered here. I find this site to have a lot of good information to address common issues found when purchasing a home. Keep up the good work! Darren Chaker
We rented our property to a 3 generation family 3 yrs ago. The seniors were the lease signers and the others are listed as occupants. The seniors have found housing they can afford and have moved out. The remaining occupants are looking for housing but are not gainfully employed. We received a partial payment in November but nothing since then. Do we have any recourse since they did not sign the lease ?
What happens if your seller dies before closing?
Is a flat screen TV mounted on the wall considered part of the home when you are listing the home?
I always thought the bracket needs to remain with the home but NOT the TV.
If the Buyer wants to keep the TV, I have always made sure we had a Non-Realty Items Addendum to cover the TV.
Buyer’s agent is telling me a TV mounted on the wall is considered a built-in on the home.
Can you advise?
Go Up Real Estate
Hi, I have realized that my papers from the mortgage company have a physical address on them. I called the tax office which told me that there had never been an addressed to that piece of property only the description from survey. Was this legal? We had wanted to build on it but finally found out why the city was giving such a hard time over the past 3 years. We had given up before but now I’m finally back on it and so sick of this piece of land I don’t even want it anymore because of all we… Read more »