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Understanding Commercial Leases

Before you rent space for your business, be sure you understand these basic facts about commercial leases. Renting commercial space is a big responsibility -- the success or failure of your business may ride on certain terms of the lease. Before you approach a landlord, you should understand how commercial leases differ from the

Understanding Commercial Leases2019-09-24T17:49:50-04:00

Your Home as a Tax Shelter: Top Ten Tax Deductions for Owning Your Home

Not just a shelter from the elements, your home also serves as a valuable tax shelter. Your home provides many tax benefits -- from the time you buy it right on through to when you decide to sell. Here's a summary; for details, visit the IRS website at www.irs.gov. 1. Mortgage Interest If you're filing

Your Home as a Tax Shelter: Top Ten Tax Deductions for Owning Your Home2019-10-08T22:59:46-04:00

Should I Hire a Real Estate Agent or Lawyer to Buy a House?

Learn when you need help from real estate professionals, and how to find the best one. It’s no secret that real estate agents earn high commissions. Although the commission is usually paid by the seller, the cost may be indirectly passed on to you. And real estate lawyers charge exorbitant hourly rates. This raises the

Should I Hire a Real Estate Agent or Lawyer to Buy a House?2019-10-08T22:56:16-04:00

Neighbor Disputes Over Water Damage

Flooding, surface runoff, and even leaking sprinklers can spark disputes between neighbors. When water causes property damage -- flooded basements, collapsing retaining walls, or soggy gardens, for example -- feuds between neighbors often result. But the legal issues can be as muddy as the mess in your backyard. Surface Water Runoff and Flooding As

Neighbor Disputes Over Water Damage2019-08-07T20:30:58-04:00

Trees FAQ

Frequently asked questions to help you deal with troublesome trees. What's Below: Can I trim the branches of the neighbor's tree that hang over my yard? Most of a big oak tree hangs over my yard, but the trunk is on the neighbor's property. Who owns the tree? My neighbor dug up his yard,

Trees FAQ2019-08-07T20:56:07-04:00

Rural Neighbors and the Right to Farm

Before you build your dream house in the country, thoroughly investigate the surroundings. During the last several decades, more and more city people have migrated to rural areas to pursue their modern American dreams. They seek a peaceful place in the country, away from the noise and crime of cities. Many choose homes in

Rural Neighbors and the Right to Farm2019-08-07T20:58:31-04:00

Required Disclosures When Selling Real Estate

What you need to disclose to potential home buyers about your property. When selling your home, you may be obligated to disclose problems that could affect the property's value or desirability. In most states, it is illegal to fraudulently conceal major physical defects in your property such as a basement that floods in heavy

Required Disclosures When Selling Real Estate2019-08-07T21:01:30-04:00

Real Estate Offers and Contracts FAQ

Answers to common questions about making offers to buy a home, including strategies in competitive housing markets. What's Below: What's the best way to decide how much to offer for a house? When making an offer to buy a house, what's the best way to protect myself from a deal that might not work

Real Estate Offers and Contracts FAQ2019-08-07T21:01:28-04:00

Qualifying for a Mortgage

Here's the formula bank lenders use to determine how much mortgage you can afford. Don't start house hunting until you seriously consider how much you can afford to pay. A little advance planning will save you time and money later, because you won't bid on unattainable houses or apply for loans that are out

Qualifying for a Mortgage2019-08-07T21:01:25-04:00
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