Category: Real Estate

How to Pick a Good Colorado Real Estate Attorney

No real estate course or seminar is a substitute for a good Colorado real estate attorney. Finding a good Colorado real estate attorney may be difficult since most attorneys are not themselves investors or familiar with creative transactions. Most attorneys will give you just enough advice to keep them from getting sued, but not enough […]

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AITDs, Land Contracts and Wraps in Colorado

Video Describes AITD, Land Contracts and Wraps in Colorado  

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Legal and Illegal Flipping and Lender Seasoning

By William Bronchick. Esq. There has been a lot of negative press and misinformation lately about double–closings. Several people have been indicted recently under what the press has labeled “Property Flipping Scams.” Misinformed lenders, real estate agent, and title companies will tell you that double–closings are now illegal. In fact, they are nothing of the […]

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Happy New Year 2019!

Happy New Year 2019! Let’s make this a year to remember. Have you completed your 2019 goals yet? It’s never too late to get started!  

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Contract for Deed in Colorado

Contract for Deed in Colorado by Attorney William Bronchick

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Filing Requirements for a Contract for Deed in Colorado

My new website, “Coloradolandcontract.com” explains the ins and out of selling a property by contract for deed, also know as “Installment Land Contract” in the state of Colorado. A contract for deed is the sale of a property for all intents and purposes, but the title (deed) remains in the seller’s name until the balance […]

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Free Colorado Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Among our various free forms on this website, we offer a free Colorado Real Estate Power of Attorney form.  This is a variety of a limited power of attorney, specifically used for one person to sign for another on a real estate contract, deed, or other closing documents.  This document must be recorded with the […]

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Landlord Tenant Laws and Tenants’ Rights in Colorado

Tenant rights in Colorado are not too strong, as Colorado is a fairly low-regulated state when it comes to landlords and tenants rules, particularly single family homes.  This may change as vacancy drops to new levels in Colorado and landlords are in the driver’s seat, potentially giving unscrupulous landlords the unfair advantage. Some landlords may […]

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Buy a House, Go to Jail

Over the past five years, a dozen states including Colorado have passed foreclosure “protection” laws, and many states are following suit. Even in states where there are no specific foreclosure protection laws in place, there’s plenty of power within the state Attorney General or County District Attorney’s office to prosecute a real estate investor. Here’s […]

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Colorado Lease Option Equitable Interest

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