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Oklahoma Residential Lease Terms Guide

Know which residential lease terms are enforceable in Oklahoma courts, and which terms violate state law.

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Oklahoma Residential Eviction Guide

The definitive guide for Oklahoma residential evictions.

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Updating Manufactured Home Community Rules

Updating community guidelines for tenants is an excellent method for increasing MHC landlord/owner value. Find out how.

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Asset Protection for Your Primary Residence

Primary residences deserve more protection than other investments. Here are quick strategies and tips for asset protection of primary residences in Oklahoma.

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Real Estate Capital Gains for Primary Residence

Do you have to pay real estate capital gains taxes? Here’s our quick overview of capital gains for primary residences.e

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Types of Property Deeds and Ownership in Oklahoma

What type of deed do you have? What type of deed is best for you? See the different types of deeds and property ownership in Oklahoma.

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What is an Affidavit of Surviving Joint Tenant and Do I Need One?

Do you co-own real estate? An affidavit of surviving joint tenant keeps ownership records current and real estate titles marketable when a right of survivorship exists.

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Co-Owned Property Buyout Agreement (Template and Helpful Info)

A buyout agreement is a great option for purchasing the rights of an exiting/selling co-owner. The parties have an agreement prepared, have closing, then record the deed.

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Real Estate Sale Out of Probate (239 Sale)

Property can be sold while probate is still ongoing – often the fastest sale option when probate is required. A 239 sale is also needed to determine who can close the sale on behalf of an owner who dies before closing. Beware when buying a 239 sale property – the probate orders must include the correct language.

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1031 Exchange Guide

Trying to avoid capital gains tax when selling real estate? See our quick guide to the 1031 tax-deferred exchange.

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