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Wed Feb 13, 2013
Lynette Obeck answered:
If you want snow this is the place, average around 105 inches, cold winters and it usually starts in November and lasts until mid April. The most snow in recent years was over 15 feet, 07-08. Summers are usually mild in high 60's and 70's but you can have the occasional 80's. We have a saying here if you don't like the weather wait 15 minutes and it will change. We do get rain at least every other day in the summer months, it stays green during the summer, growing season is short but you can have a decent veggie garden, flowers do outstanding and fall time is the true jewel around here. Biggest downfall the bugs, blackflies, deerflies and nooseums so bring plenty of bug repellent .....we also have a saying for that but I don't want to scare you off. ... more
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Wed Dec 28, 2011
Josh Cheney answered:
With most of my transactions, we assume that the title is clear or that it will be cleared by the seller prior to closing. It is very unusual in my area of operations to encounter issues with the title that make the deal impossible to put together.

However, there are occasionally issues that do persist, and come back to haunt you years later, which is why I generally recommend that my buyers purchase an owner's title insurance policy. When that sort of a policy is issued, the insurance company that writes it is saying that they have inspected the title and found it to be clean, but if at any point during the time that you own the property, you find that there are issues with the title, the title insurance company will correct those issues, at their expense.

So, in summary, issues are rare, but when issues do arise, they either do so prior to closing, or if they appear after closing, are covered by an owner's title insurance policy.
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