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Hudkins February 26th, 2018

Tenancy Types In New Hampshire

When two or more people buy real estate together, they enter an agreement called a tenancy agreement. The tenancy status dictates what will happen when one owner passes away. There are two types of te

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Plot Plans and Property Surveys

Hudkins January 23rd, 2018

Plot Plans and Property Surveys – What is the Difference?

Mortgage Inspection Plan or “Plot Plan” A Mortgage Inspection Plan (often referred to as a Plot Plan) is a drawing, prepared by a professional, reflecting the general shape of the subject propert

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Wire Fraud

Hudkins January 15th, 2018

Wire Fraud – Preventing Theft of Client Funds

Wire fraud is on the rise in the real estate industry.  Technology hackers monitor email accounts of Title & Settlement Agents, Realtors, Bankers, Buyers, and Sellers of real estate.  When it is

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Hudkins January 9th, 2018

A Title Report – What’s That?

When Hudkins Law is engaged by a Buyer of real estate, one of the most important aspects of our representation is to complete “Title Due Diligence”.  Hudkins Law employs a team of in-house title

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Hudkins January 3rd, 2018

Best Practices for Successful Real Estate Transactions

Hudkins Law is a real estate law firm specializing in title and settlement services for residential and commercial real estate transactions.  The firm has established Best Practices to achieve succes

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Hudkins January 3rd, 2018

The Importance of Title Insurance

When purchasing a home, you are purchasing “title” to the property.  This means that you have the “right” to occupy, use and enjoy the space.  However, your “right” to “title” may be

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