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Easement Rights in California

By Jon Alan Enochs |

Imagine that you’ve recently bought a piece of real estate in San Diego. While visiting the property after a purchase, you’re startled to notice that a stranger is walking through your property. Upon further investigation, you learn that your neighbor has a legal right to cross through your property to access their own, using… Read More »

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Finding Mold in a Potential Property Purchase

By Jon Alan Enochs |

There are few issues in a home or building that can send potential buyers running quite like mold. Home buyers and real estate investors have been taught that mold is a major liability and should be avoided at all costs. But is this always true? Read on to learn more about the potential risks… Read More »

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Buying a House with Unpermitted Additions: Is It a Good Idea?

By Jon Alan Enochs |

When adding on or renovating a portion of a California home, owners are often required to obtain permits for this type of construction. Obtaining a permit can be a costly and time-consuming process. The process can be especially complex for California homeowners who face added regulations relating to earthquake readiness or California Coastal Commission… Read More »

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How do California Property Owners Resolve Real Estate Boundary Disputes?

By Jon Alan Enochs |

One of the most basic facts about a property is the boundary line that separates that property from others. We assume that decades-old title documents or boundary fences are an accurate depiction of property boundaries, but we may discover after purchasing property that the true lines are not what they previously appeared to be…. Read More »

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Six Things California Buyers Need to Know about Requesting Repairs

By Jon Alan Enochs |

As a real estate investor, you’re looking for a property that will provide a good return on your investment, but you still want the purchase to constitute a good deal. Sometimes, this involves buying a property that isn’t move-in ready at the time of purchase. Nevertheless, when there are problems with a newly-purchased property… Read More »

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Options to Deal With Mortgage Distress and How to Evaluate Your Alternatives

By Jon Alan Enochs |

This blog is intended to share the most frequent alternatives that many home owners have to address their mortgage distress. The key to any home owner who has not been making payments on their home loan is to develop a plan of attack in dealing with their situation. This plan of attack should take… Read More »

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Short Sales – Good Idea or Bad Idea

By Jon Alan Enochs |

I am a California licensed attorney. I have clients posing this question to me all the time. The purpose of this blog is to assist people in answering this question. I intend to post articles, law, and other information within this blog that home owners may find helpful in developing an understanding as to… Read More »

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