• Installment Payment Plan

    Taxpayers may pay property taxes (Real Estate and Tangible Personal Property) in installments. To participate in our Installment Payment Plan (IPP), the taxpayer must complete an Installment Payment Application and have estimated taxes due of more than $100. The application applies to the next year’s taxes. Apply To participate in the Installment Payment Plan for […]

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  • How to Negotiate Repairs After a Home Inspection

    Most would-be buyers and sellers believe the real estate “deal” is negotiated at the signing of the contract. Most would-be buyers and sellers believe the real estate “deal” is done at the signing of the contract. In many cases, the deal-making and negotiations only start at the contract signing. Even in more competitive real estate […]

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  • Private Adoption Contracts and Potential Legal Issues

    Some of the more pressing issues that cause problems for adoptive parents involve the legal complications that a private or independent adoption may cause with the child, press and the biological parents. One particularly complex issue is when the birthmother places the child up for adoption and the birthfather becomes involved in the process. Release […]

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  • What to Expect When You’re Inspecting

    Here’s a guide to each player’s roles and responsibilities during a typical property inspection. If you’re a first-time buyer who just nabbed your first place, you’re likely in one of the scarier places in the real estate transaction. Before choosing paint colors, you’ll need to inspect. If you’re feeling nervous, you’re not alone. The property […]

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  • Baby Boomers: Here’s How to Sell Your Home to Millennials

    Shopping for a home has evolved over the years. Here’s what you need to know about the new generation of buyers. For years we’ve seen the shift in Baby Boomers ditching their large suburban homes for the excitement of urban life. And we’re noticing the reverse from millennials: leaving behind small spaces along with the […]

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  • Family Business Options When Spouses Divorce

    Depending on the situation between spouses during the divorce, a business could survive the process even if both own the entity equally or with a certain amount of vested interest. However, many companies fail or proceed through a sale when the spouses are unable to resolve business matters when dissolving the relationship. What happens to […]

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  • 3 Common Moving Nightmares (and How to Prevent Them)

    There’s no other way to put it: Moving is stressful. But it doesn’t have to be a waking nightmare. Here’s how to avoid a move from … you know where. Nightmares aren’t supposed to take place in broad daylight, but some common life events bring so much tension, uncertainty and anxiety that they can easily […]

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  • 5 Things to Look for in a Rental Listing

    Lackluster listings abound — learn to cut through the clutter and spot the keepers. Whether you’re looking for an apartment, single-family house or townhome — and whether you’re in a city, the suburbs or a small town — be prepared to spend a lot of time online and even more time driving around to tour […]

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  • Child Not Included in Will – Can They Challenge It?

    Depending on the state and circumstances of the will, a challenge is possible against the wishes of the estate owner for who would become an heir and spouses. The child of an estate owner may challenge the will if not included in certain situations, and he or she may win a case if specific factors […]

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  • 6 Smart Ways to Build Home Equity

    Want to create wealth through homeownership? Build equity. Home equity is the percentage of your home’s value that you own, and it’s key to building wealth through homeownership. Let’s take a closer look at how to build home equity without blowing your budget — and how to access it when you need it. How much […]

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