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Ohio Real Estate Property Law

Welcome to our blog.  Here you will learn about the various issues and opportunities to secure your property investments and financial future.  We will discuss topics in Ohio Real Estate law and provide you insight into how the law works and how to grow your real estate holdings safely and securely.  

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What is a Real Estate Short Sale in Ohio?

Short sales are a legal sale of a property when a property owner sells the property for less than the amount owed on the mortgage associated with the property. The buyer of the property is not the lender and the proceeds from the purchase all go to the lender.

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How to Use a Gift of Equity in Ohio FSBO Transactions

A Gift of Equity in a property allows the future owners and buyers of the property to leverage their newfound equity in the property as a down payment on the loan to finance the property and to avoid Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) potentially.

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Tax Liens & Tax Certificates in Ohio

Property taxes are the most confusing and complicated aspect of real estate transfers in Ohio. The Law Office of Matthew Schwartz helps you mitigate taxes when buying or selling property.

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What is an Affidavit Of Title in the State of Ohio?

An affidavit of title is a legal document provided by the seller of a piece of property that explicitly states the status of any potential legal issues with regard to the property being sold or the seller of the property.

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