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Moving With Baby: Tips for Success

When the family grows, it’s often time for the home to grow.  That’s great until that little soul who craves routine finds their world turned upside down.  We’ve got a few Do’s and Don’ts to help take some stress out of the move for you...

Fair Housing – Are You Covered?

The Fair Housing Act is a collection of laws put in place to prevent discrimination and establish equality for everyone. The protective measures are an important part of providing equity and access for all in housing.  It is very important for tenants and property owners...

Questions for First Time Home-Buyers: Quarantine Edition

Even during the midst of social distancing, life continues.  While large weddings are on hold, people are still pledging lives and dreaming of a future together.  What is often the next step, a new home, is also still possible.  We’ll break down question a first-time...

M&M Title Restarts In Office Closings

As of May 4th, we have returned to a modified, in-office closing process.  Our conference room and reception area now include Plexiglas partitions and HEPA air purification systems.  We will also continue to disinfect after every appointment.   For those that prefer, we will also close at the agent’s...

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Update on Closing Options including Curbside Closings

In order to be able to provide uninterrupted services, keep our employees healthy, and protect our clients, M & M Title Co. has instituted new closing protocols effective today April 13, 2020: Realtors, Lenders, and any person who is not a party to the transaction...

Due Diligence is No Joke

In a document fragment dated July 1, 1850, Abraham Lincoln has notes for a law lecture which contain this quote: “The leading rule for the lawyer, as for the man of every other calling, is diligence. Leave nothing for to-morrow which can be done to-day.” Lincoln...

Why Not Both?

There is a popular meme that comes from an Old El Paso taco kit.  In the commercial a family is unable to decide between soft taco shells or crunchy shells until a dark haired young girl solves their problem with a simple question: Why not...

Avoiding a Home Buying Horror Story

We’ve all been to the movies and seen the common mistakes made in horror movies.  We scream “Don’t split the party!” or shake our head in dismay when someone tries to read the dark book out loud as a “joke.”  We think that if the...