Cybercrime against large retailers like Target and Home Depot has cost these companies millions in damages. Now cybercriminals are targeting the real estate industry. According to Jessica Edgerton, associate counsel for the National Association of Realtors, many real estate businesses are smaller operations, “so they don’t really consider themselves to be targets.” But without the [...]
By Ilyce Glink| 2017-03-24T14:38:06+00:00 June 4th, 2009|
When you buy a home in "as is" condition, you're buying it the way it stands. But for some home buyers, "as is" condition is a little confusing. They're not sure if it means they can go back and sue the sellers if something is wrong physically with the house, or if the house also comes with the furniture and fixtures the way they saw it when they made their offer. What does buying a home in "as is" condition really mean?