Solar panels have been showing up on the roofs and in the yards of more and more homes in recent years. So naturally, more homes with solar panels are hitting the market.
But this raises several questions — practical and financial — that must be addressed whether clients are interested in buying or selling a home with existing solar panels. Continue reading “Selling a Home with Solar Panels? Know the Numbers and Make the Case” →
What if I told you there was a major problem with the property you are about to buy?
To identify the problem, YOU would need to read and visualize meets & bounds descriptions that read something like this: Continue reading “Survey Says … Location Drawings are Worth It” →
Most of us think of a “Tenant” as a person who rents from a landlord and has permission to use the property. So let’s think of “Tenancy” as owning and using the property.
If it’s just you, then tenancy can be listed as simply as Sole Ownership. If it’s more than one person, a title company will ask how you want to take title? You will be given the options of Tenants In Common, Joint Tenants, or Tenants by The Entireties. Continue reading “How Tenancy Status is Like Your Relationship Status” →
Almost no closing is impossible with Advantage Title, and that’s because of our awesome team members like Becky Ohlinger.
Whether it’s settling on a property here in Maryland or maybe coordinating a closing in Argentina or the Dominican Republic, Becky will find a way to get it done. We already know how hard she works for our clients, so let’s take a few moments to get to know her a little better outside the office. Continue reading “Team Member Spotlight: Senior Procesor Becky Ohlinger” →