Purchase and Sale Agreement Snags, Title Issues, Delays, and More
Title issues, vendor difficulties, and other complications can quickly pull real estate transactions off track. Do you know how to prevent these problems from happening? Will you know how to efficiently troubleshoot them when they're unavoidable? In this program, veteran faculty will provide their real-world solutions to the top problems that occur before, during, and after closings. Provide your clients with the best representation possible by expanding your knowledge of complicated real estate closing issues - register today!
Gain the edge when negotiating seller warranties and other top-negotiated provisions in the sale agreement.
Learn how to prevent delays caused by other parties in the transaction.
Unearth title and environmental complications and know how to address them.
Discover how to make the most of title insurance and endorsements.
Troubleshoot easement issues, breaks in chain of title, mortgage problems, and more.
Prepare for last-minute closing surprises and various issues that can arise post-closing.
Purchase and Sale Agreements: Negotiating Top Sticking Points
Troubleshooting Pre-Closing Problems
Reviewing the Title Commitment and Avoiding Hidden Hazards
Resolving Complex Title Defects
Handling Closing Complications
Dealing with Post-Closing Difficulties
Legal Ethics Challenges in Real Estate Transactions
Paige M. Bellino is an attorney with McNally & Bellino, where she practices in the areas of title claim litigation, professional liability, commercial litigation, real estate, creditor's rights. Ms. Bellino earned her B.A. degree from the University at Albany, SUNY and her J.D. degree from Western New England University School of Law. While at Western New England, she served as the assistant managing editor of the Western New England Law Review, and was named to the Dean’s List. Ms. Bellino is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania state courts, in addition to the U.S. District Court for New Jersey, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
F. Keith Brown is an attorney in the Shepherdsville law firm of Pike Legal Group, PLLC, where he practices in the areas of zoning, planning, land use, annexation, real estate, environmental law, administrative law, business and corporate law, land development, and wireless telecommunications. He is a past speaker on real estate related issues for various professional associations. Mr. Brown is admitted to practice in Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Indiana. He earned his B.S. degree from Murray State University, his M.B.A. degree from Indiana University at Bloomington, and his J.D. degree from the University of Kentucky.
Mark Hazelbaker is an attorney with Kasieta Legal Group, LLC. He continues to emphasize representation of local governments, small businesses, and litigation. Mr. Hazelbaker began his career as legal counsel of the Wisconsin Counties Association. He served as personnel director/corporation counsel, and later as administrative coordinator for Manitowoc County. Mr. Hazelbaker has been in private practice since 1992, first with downtown Madison law firms, and then in his own firm since 1999. He has lectured many times on labor and employment law, land use law, and municipal law for various business and professional groups. Mr. Hazelbaker has also published law reviews and other articles. He is a member of the Dane County Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin (Litigation and Labor and Employment and Government Lawyers Division sections). Mr. Hazelbaker earned his B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin and his J.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Reginald A. Long Sr. is an attorney with Love and Long, L.L.P concentrating in public agency, real estate, corporate finance, zoning, and land use. He has served as counsel to several planning and zoning boards, developers, financial institutions, and municipalities. Mr. Long was employed by TIAA-CREF, a Fortune 100 pension fund, where he worked in the Mortgage and Real Estate Department, financing and developing shopping malls, hotels, retail entertainment complexes, and mixed use projects. Mr. Long has served as counsel and redevelopment counsel to municipal entities and a school district. Mr. Long has also served as an adjunct professor at the Rutgers School of Business and the Rutgers-Newark School of Law providing instruction in real estate finance and real estate transactions.
Stephen McNally is an attorney with the law firm of McNally & Bellino, LLC. Mr. McNally has extensive experience in land-related litigation and transactions, including title claim litigation. He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. McNally is a member the New Jersey Land Title Association, the Pennsylvania Land Title Association, and the Burlington County Bar Association. Additionally, he focuses on the representation of industry professionals, such as architects and engineers. He earned his B.S. degree, cum laude, from St. Joseph's University and his J.D. degree from Temple University School of Law. Mr. McNally is a certified mediator in the state of New Jersey.
Duane H. Wunsch is vice president and Wisconsin state counsel for Fidelity National Title Group. He has more than 30 years of experience, including searching and examining titles, closing transactions, and handling title insurance claims. Mr. Wunsch is a member of the Milwaukee Bar Association, the Wisconsin Land Title Association, and the State Bar of Wisconsin. He earned his B.A degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and his J.D. degree from Emory University School of Law.
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