Buying a home is one of the most complicated personal transactions someone can make. If you're purchasing a home that's had multiple owners over many years, you can't always know its full history. There may have been damage long ago that you're not aware of.
People who live in Wisconsin might have found their dream home but they should make sure to carefully review the title report and other documentation they receive before making any final decision to complete a purchase. One of the things that prospective home buyers should investigate is whether there are easements on the property. If an easement does exist, it is important to learn what it covers and how it might impact their use of the property.
When you purchase a home in Wisconsin, you may think the house is yours as soon as you and the seller agree on a price. However, in order for you to become the legal owner of the house, the title has to be clear. We at Lein Law Offices know there may sometimes be a defect with a house's title and that people may need help clearing up these issues.
When you buy a home, you expect your investment to be sound. At the Lein Law Offices, we understand that the last thing Wisconsin homeowners want or expect when they buy a home is for their dream home to be defective. Unfortunately, this can be the case if builders cut corners or use substandard building materials - even if they were unaware that the materials they selected were inferior.
When people buy a home in Wisconsin, they may hear about something called title insurance. Many people may wonder what this is and if they need this insurance, especially if they are buying their first house.