The Real Estate Law Podcast

17 - Common Myths About Real Estate Laws

July 20, 2021 Jason Muth + Rory Gill Season 1 Episode 17
The Real Estate Law Podcast
17 - Common Myths About Real Estate Laws
Show Notes

No, you won't get a cramp if you go swimming after eating.
And if you swallow gum, it will not remain in your body for seven years.
And the world is not flat. It just isn't. Stop it, flat earthers....

Real estate has a ton of myths that many believe to be true. Everything from necessary disclosures to what actually constitutes a bedroom.

So what are some common real estate myths? We review 5 excellent ones in this episodes, and the truths or falsehoods behind them might surprise you!

MYTH #1: A real estate agent has to disclose haunted houses or crime scenes.

MYTH #2: It’s up to the real estate agent to disclose all problems with the home.

MYTH #3: There is a way to exempt yourself from property taxes.

MYTH #4: New construction homes must come with a warranty.

MYTH #5: A bedroom has to have a closet to be a legal bedroom.

Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts, and learn all about common real estate law myths during this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!

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