A host of unknowns often tempers the excitement of buying a new home. Often, secrets about a house and property are not evident on walk-throughs or even inspections. You may be living in your home for months or years before you realize that the roof leaks or the plumbing is deteriorating.
Delaware residents who may be engaging in real estate transactions now through 2017 may be interested to learn more about the projected trends through that interval. The results of the ULI Real Estate Consensus Forecast appear to show a relatively optimistic outlook for economic conditions in the United States in the long term.
In the world of real estate, easements are an important issue to understand. Generally, easements essentially grant the right to use or enter onto another person's property without actually possessing it. That being said, the specific rights of easement holders can very quite a bit from state to state. Some examples include: right-of-way easements, which give the right to cross over a property; easements dealing with excavation rights; easements connected to the use of artificial waterways; and easements which prevent a neighboring land owner from building structures blocking out light and air.
According to a recent report by RealtyTrac, an organization which keeps tabs on foreclosure news, the number of foreclosure filings in April decreased 1% between March and April. During the month of April, there was also a 4% increase in the number of bank repossessions. A total of 26 states saw increases in this area.