Be  prepared for something for  which you are not prepared. Real estate transactions and their financing are not quite so catastrophic as to demand the full force of Murphy’s Law. However, after hundreds of real estate transactions, I can promise you one thing: something always goes wrong. Your house costs will be higher than you calculated Most times these are minor annoyances that cost only a few thousand shekels to fix. Some times these  are actual deal  breakers that force considerable additional unforeseen costs, including extending rental contracts or finding a new property. Here is a brief list  of some additional house costs that were incurred by recent  clients: problems with the property deed problems with building permits low appraisal late additional demands by...
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