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Deed Vs. Title: What’s the Difference?

Deed Vs. Title: What’s the Difference?

“Owning” a house can be a confusing concept. The deed of trust is usually held by a bank and your role is as a paying loan holder. Legally, you have only bought a portion of it, but everyone says that you “own” the home. Titles and deeds explain more about who...
What If I Need to Sell My Home Fast?

What If I Need to Sell My Home Fast?

The housing market is looking good for homeowners. According to a Texas A&M Press Release in January, “The 2021 housing market will be characterized by strong demand with low inventories accompanied by solid price growth. Inventories of homes priced under $300,000...
Buying a Home as an Unmarried Couple

Buying a Home as an Unmarried Couple

According to a Pew Research Center analysis of the Current Population Survey, half of unmarried couples who live together are under 35 years old, but a whopping 23 percent are age 50 or older. People choose to be an unmarried couple in our society for many reasons....
Real Estate and Divorce in Texas

Real Estate and Divorce in Texas

If you are looking at a divorce in Texas, you should know that Texas is a community property state. This basically means that the property that you and your spouse have acquired over the years belongs to you both equally. It is important to know what this means for...