Property Title Issues Are Important for CA Real Estate Investors

title insuranceProperty title challenges are important for CA real estate investors to consider:

  • Possible errors in public records
  • Unknown liens
  • Illegal deeds
  • Deeds of trust and chain of title
  • Missing heirs
  • Quitclaim deeds vs. grant deeds
  • Possible forgeries
  • Undiscovered encumbrances
  • Easements
  • Boundary line and survey disputes
  • Undiscovered wills
  • False impersonation of prior owner

If you are a California real estate investor, you should learn and understand your rights and responsibilities with legal issues – and your opportunity for success.

  • Avoid title problems
  • Purchase and sale agreements and transactions
  • Foreclosures
  • Deeds of lieu of foreclosure
  • Deed of trust sales
  • Best categories of residential property for investors
  • Landlord/tenant relationships
  • Investor and landlord disclosures
  • Leasing of homes and property
  • Relationships with tenants
  • Unlawful detainer actions
  • Cash for keys agreements
  • CA real estate laws
  • Landlord liability for pets and animals
  • Fair housing laws
  • Investor risk prevention and management
  • Land Use
  • Private property rights
  • Property co-ownership issues
  • Covenants running with the land
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

My legal service experience at Orange County CA includes representation of clients for many years with completion of more than 300 civil cases through jury and court trials and arbitration hearings.

  • Attorney member of the CA State Bar Association #69137
  • CA licensed real estate broker – CALBRE #01410855

About Harrison K. Long

Real estate and business attorney. CA State Bar Association attorney member #69137. Professional real estate representative, REALTOR®, GRI, Real estate broker, CALBRE #01410855. Broker associate, HomeSmart Evergreen Realty, Irvine, CA. Providing real estate legal information and services for property owners, estate trustees, executors and administrators, fiduciaries, bankers, investor group managers, with their best decisions about homes and real estate. Orange County REALTORs® (member and prior service on its board of directors). "Realtor of the Year 2016" award by the Orange County REALTORs®. California Association of REALTORs® (now serving on its board of directors). National Association of REALTORs® member. Contact by cell or or text at 949-701-2515.
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