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What are the Different Types of Mortgages Available for Home Buyers

There are a many different route a homeowner can go down when it comes to getting a mortgage for a new home. And we're here to break it all down.

The Benefits of Holding an Open House

An open house can boost your home's chances in the competitive market.

The Process of Drafting a Deed in Connecticut

We go over the intricacies that go into crafting a deed

What Can Home Buyers Expect When It Comes to Property Taxes?

When buying a home there are many variables that can affect the taxes that come along with your newly purchased property.

The Benefits of an Investment Property

We tackle the process of calculating and weighting the gains that come from having an investment property.

What Is an HOA and How Does it Affect the Neighborhood

We take a look at what an HOA can do for a community and how they operate.

Why You Need Homeowners Insurance

We go over the necessity of Homeowners insurance and what it all entails.

5 Secrets About Buying a House

The path of buying a home is filled with many pitfalls and hurdles but we are here to offer advice to help with your home buying experience.

Is it Time for a Vacation House?

Having a home away from home in a vacation destination is a dream for many but it requires planning to make a reality.

When is Refinancing a Good Option?

When it comes to refinancing a home there are many things to consider before taking the plunge.

6 Misconceptions About Real Estate Attorneys

Taking a look at the common misconception that exist around real estate attorneys.

3 Things to consider before buying a home

Buying a home is a big investment and one of the most important purchases you are ever going to make, and should not be taken lightly.

What is an Earnest Money Check?

The earnest money check is a deposit that tells the seller your a committed buyer, and funds your down payment.

What is Escrow?

Escrow is an impartial third party, that holds an earnest money check to protect all the relevant party's by ensuring that no funds can be touched...

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Thanks to everyone who voted for us in the The Day's Best of New London. You voted us as #1 Attorney in New London.

What is a foreclosure?

Foreclosure is what happens when a homeowner fails to pay the mortgage. Many homeowners fight foreclosure by hiring a real estate lawyer to represent them.

What you should know before closing on your house

What you should know before closing on your new home in CT.

What is a Real Estate Closing?

A real estate closing is the final step in the purchase process. The closing date is set during the negotiation phase, and is usually several weeks after...

What is an LLC?

What is an LLC? Simply put, an LLC is the easiest business structure. Unlike an s corp or c corp, an LLC's structure is flexible...

Do I need Homeowner's Insurance in CT?

Yes. If a home is damaged or someone else injured on the property, insurance helps owners cope with the financial consequences.

What is an APR?

An APR is is the annual rate charged for borrowing or earned through an investment, and is expressed as a percentage that represents the actual yearly...

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

A reverse mortgage is a loan available to homeowners, 62 years or older, that allows them to convert part of the equity in their homes into cash.

Do I need a Real Estate Attorney in CT to Buy?

In order to make a sound agreement that you can be protected and comfortable with, you will need a professional CT real estate lawyer to help you buy your home

Do I need a Real Estate Attorney in CT to Sell?

In order to make a sound agreement that you can feel protected and comfortable with, you will need a professional real estate lawyer to help you sell your home.

What is a Title Search?

A real estate attorney in CT does a title search on the property to ensure that the seller has the legal right to sell the property.

What is Title Insurance?

Title insurance protects real estate owners and lenders against any property loss or damage they might experience because of liens, encumbrances or defec...