RESULTS FOR POST TAG: Iowa real estate law
Feb. 4, 2016 – Jeffrey G. Baxter, Iowa Banking Law Blog, Iowa Real Estate & Land Use Blog
The Deed of Trust is the primary security document used in Arizona. There are many similarities between the Deed of Trust and the Mortgage, which is what most Iowa property owners are familiar with, but there are significant differences as well, which a prospective owner should be aware of before buying in Arizona.
Jan. 21, 2016 – Jeffrey G. Baxter, Iowa Real Estate & Land Use Blog
Vacation home owners who purchase property will need to consider community property, as Arizona law provides that property which is purchased in Arizona during marriage by persons married outside Arizona, who move into Arizona later, will be controlled by Arizona law.
Jan. 21, 2016 – Mollie Pawlosky, Iowa Real Estate & Land Use Blog
Although not specifically stating a rationale, it seems as though both the trial court and the Court of Appeals did not find the prior landowners’ actions to be enough to avoid a conclusion of “tacit submission.”
Court upholds twenty-one year limit on restrictive covenants; denies homeowners’ association the right to levy assessment
Mar. 1, 2012 – William R. Stiles, Iowa Real Estate & Land Use Blog
The Iowa Court of Appeals recently denied a homeowners’ association the right to levy assessments for common area maintenance and repair because the covenants creating the right to do so were over twenty-one years old.