Essential Commercial Lease Terms
Commercial properties pose a substantially different challenge for landlords and tenants, but each party to a commercial lease should be extremely careful to protect themselves by having proper written lease terms.
What To Do After Buying Real Estate at Tax Sale
Experienced real estate law firm’s guide to tax sale quiet title actions in Oklahoma.
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.
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.
1031 Exchange Guide
Trying to avoid capital gains tax when selling real estate? See our quick guide to the 1031 tax-deferred exchange.
Guide to Seller Finance (Owner Finance) Transactions
Oklahoma law allows seller financing, but all parties to a seller finance transaction should be careful to protect themselves. See our helpful guide to seller-financed deals in Oklahoma.
Treatments, Repairs and Replacements (TRR) in Oklahoma Residential Real Estate Sales
Within residential real estate transactions in Oklahoma, buyers often conduct home inspections and discovery property defects which need attention. Buyers can request that sellers address those issues through TRRs.
Guide to Earnest Money in Oklahoma Real Estate Transactions
What amount of earnest money is acceptable for your transaction? Who holds the funds? Can I get my earnest money back? Here’s a helpful guide.
Residential Real Estate Transactions in Oklahoma – Everything You Need to Know
See our full residential real estate transaction guide. If you are buying or selling a home in Oklahoma, be sure to review our tips first.
How to Terminate an Oklahoma Real Estate 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.
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