Based in Chelsea, Mich., John McDermott is a real estate and elder care attorney who represents both consumers and businesses. He can be emailed at email@example.com.
Recent Stories From this Author
May 16, 2013 Remember that the three most important words in a real estate deal are location, location, location.
Preventing Monkey Business
May 9, 2013 In the Illinois Legislature a bill has overwhelmingly passed the House which is designed to reduce the filing of fraudulent...
Due on Sale, What Do I Do?
May 2, 2013 We're hearing about due on sale clauses, not in the traditional sense where a mortgage must be paid off when a property is...
You Pay, You Stay
April 25, 2013 Just like your mortgage payment and real estate taxes, condo charges must be paid.
Leverage, in the Last Contingency
April 18, 2013 We're hearing about New York attorneys negotiating the terms of the mortgage contingency in residential real estate contracts.
Reverse Mortgages: Sometimes, Remorse
April 11, 2013 We're hearing about remorse mortgages. I mean reverse mortgages.
HUD Indian Program Back On Track
April 4, 2013 We're hearing about Section 184 loans, designed to promote homeownership for American Indian and Alaska Native families.
There Goes the Neighborhood
March 28, 2013 We're hearing about the neighbors. As in who lives in the neighborhood.
Lien On Mefor $100 Billion
March 21, 2013 In July of 2010 a Mr. Johnson-El recorded an Affidavit of Allodial Title with the Wayne County Register of Deeds...
Fraud Rearing Its Ugly Head Again
March 14, 2013 We're hearing about fraud again all over the USA.