Resolving a Contract Dispute in Utah Through Accord and Satisfaction

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] Unfortunately, not all contracts sail smoothly without dispute. Often times, one party breaches the contract—or there is at least a claim of a breach—and the two parties duke it out, and the conflict can be both time-consuming and expensive. There is a common saying that “a bird in the Read More

Being “Under Contract”– What It Really Means

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The phrase “Under Contract” is used frequently, but many buyers and sellers may not be sure what it means exactly. Once parties are “under contract,” they have an agreement to buy and sell for a certain price, and have an outline of the next steps that must be taken. At this point, a seller cannot Read More

What You’re Paying For When You Hire a Realtor

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The more technology disrupts the process of buying and selling a home, the more relevant it becomes to understand what you’re paying for when you hire a realtor. The answer: a professional, hopefully with experience, to help you through the process and ensure it is all done correctly. Exactly how that breaks down depends on Read More