Real Estate Considerations for an Oregon Divorce

At Jill Brittle Family Law Group, we know that one of the most common issues faced by divorcing couples if the sale of a family home. This often leads to questions about valuation and questions about how to prepare your home for sale. Additionally, in 2020, parties have to consider how the COVID-19 pandemic might impact sales. Senior Associate Attorney Heidi Sherman spoke with local realtor John Hatch of Hatch Homes Group of Keller Williams Realty to discuss some of these questions that we often hear from our clients.

What is the difference between an appraisal and a CMA?

Ever wondered how to value your real estate during a divorce? There is a difference between a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) and an appraisal when it comes to valuations. Senior Associate Attorney Heidi Sherman and local realtor John Hatch explain this distinction.

Comparison of real estate appraisal options in Oregon divorces

There are a number of appraisal options in Oregon for your real estate. This video will clarify the difference between an appraisal specifically for lending purposes versus a general privately obtained appraisal.

How to prepare for sale of your home during a divorce

If you are planning to sell your home, there are things that may be recommended you do before listing. From cosmetic upgrades to substantial repairs, the list may be long. Learn what is and is not important to maximize your listing in the video below.

How COVID-19 is impacting selling your home in Oregon

Because of COVID 19, changes have occurred in how real estate transactions are occurring. Hear what those changes are and how they may impact the listing and sale of your home in the video below.

Our lawyers are here to guide you through the complexities of your family law situation, including connecting you with resources in the community. To schedule a consult with one of our lawyers, please call us at 503-445-1575.