How to Terminate an Oklahoma Real Estate Purchase Contract
Looking to terminate your real estate purchase agreement in Oklahoma? Trying to determine whether your opposing party has the right to terminate? Here’s a helpful guide.
Commercial Real Estate Transactions in Oklahoma – An Oklahoma Attorney’s Guide
Commercial real estate is an excellent investment in Oklahoma. See the Avenue Legal Group guide and contact us for help on your next commercial transaction.
Oklahoma Residential Property Condition Disclosure Act – Disclosures, Disclaimers, and Exemptions for Sellers of Residential Properties
Residential home sales in Oklahoma must comply with the RPCDA, or the sellers may be liable for undisclosed issues. Here’s a helpful guide on what disclosure is required.
Oklahoma Real Estate Contract Forms – Definitive Guide from Oklahoma Real Estate Attorney
Looking for a standard basic real estate contract to buy or sell a home in Oklahoma? Here’s all the links you need, plus our contact information if you need help with your transaction.
Real Estate Sale Closings – Oklahoma Property Transactions
Looking for a real estate attorney who can close your transaction in Oklahoma? See our range of services and contact us today.
For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Real Estate Transactions in Oklahoma
Guide to FSBO real estate transactions in Oklahoma. Need help with a document review or contract drafting? Contact us today.
Partition – How to Force a Sale of Co-Owned Property in Oklahoma
What happens when co-owners of real estate no longer wish to co-own property in Oklahoma? Fortunately, Oklahoma statutes allow an owner of real estate, even if they only own a small percentage of the property, to force a sale of the co-owned property in court.
Estate Plans Oklahoma – AKA How to Avoid Probate in Oklahoma
Creating an estate plan is essential to protect your assets and provide for your loved ones who survive you. Here’s a general guide to estate planning in Oklahoma.
Tax Sale Quiet Title – Real Estate Attorney Explains
Tax sale quiet titles are shorter, faster, and usually cheaper quiet title lawsuits aimed at resolving possible issues from one event, a county treasurer auction, known as a tax sale.
Due Diligence in Real Estate Transactions
All buyers of real estate should conduct sufficient due diligence because it is highly unlikely that a court will reverse or undo a real estate transaction once closed. Here are the different types of common due diligence, particularly in Oklahoma.
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