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Seller Disclosure Mediation is an informal process where all the parties are placed into rooms in the same building and a third party (the mediator) goes from room to room with settlement offers until a resolution can be reached or one of the parties ends the mediation.  This process is very effective at resolving disputes...
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What is the difference between a foreclosure and a trustee’s sale? In Missouri, a loan for the purchase of real property is secured by a deed of trust and when the borrower is in default under a deed of trust, the lender has the ability to sell the property through a Missouri trustee’s sale.  The...
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In Kansas, a borrower is not immediately removed from a property after the foreclosure sale.  Instead, the borrower is provided a redemption period, which is a period of time that the borrower can continue to live in the home or rent the home to other parties.  The purpose of the redemption period is to provide...
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Tenant Makes a Payment after the landlord has sent an Eviction Notice using a jar of pennies
In Kansas, a landlord is required to send a notice to a tenant at least seventy-hours prior to filing an eviction action as the result of non-payment of rent.  The purpose of this notice is to provide the opportunity to pay the rent prior to being evicted.  If the tenant pays the entire past due...
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Please see the answers below to some commonly asked questions related to FSBO transactions. Can’t I just use the standard forms off the internet? Although standard real estate forms are available from websites, such as the Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors (www.kcrar.org), these forms do not come with an explanation of the various terms...
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