This article from Realty Times offers some sound advice to those who are contemplating buying a Condo. Make sure your attorney looks into these issues listed below prior to agreeing to purchase. Condos were once thought of as homes that attracted singles or couples, often without children. But today, condos are growing in popularity and … More Top Things To Consider Before You Buy a Condo.
The length of time that you own your home can affect the tax liabilities that may be due on sale. This article from Realty Times, provides some good insight on this issue. If you owned and lived in your home for at least two years before it is sold, the law — today at least … More What Are the Tax Consequences if You Sell Your Home Within Two Years?
What other industry requires unaccompanied female (and male) agents to meet perfect strangers in empty houses? None. One would think this is a recipe for disaster. It is. A week ago, authorities found the body of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter, days after she vanished while showing a house to a prospective customer. Aaron … More Realtor Murdered During Home Showing: Time For A Change?
So you must let your landlord know that you are moving prior to the end of your lease term. There’s actually a great semi-formal method of calling it quits with your tenancy: a move-out letter. By sending your landlord a letter, you can clearly announce your intention to move and highlight your rights and responsibilities … More Best Way to Give Your Landlord Notice That You are Moving.
This article in Realtytimes.com is welcome news for agents who did nothing wrong, but are nevertheless sued by a buyer based on “the more the merrier” attitude of many lawyers. Even though it is a California ruling, you can bet that this decision will make all buyers think twice before suing the agent. We’ve all … More Meritless Lawsuit Against Agent Draws Sanctions