Blog Posts in February, 2015

Real Estate Contracts - What Did I Just Agree To?

With the widespread use of form contracts, it is increasingly possible for prospective buyers and sellers of real estate to pay less attention to the precise terms of a purchase agreement than they ...
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What Is a 1031 Exchange?

Generally, when you sell property and have a gain, taxes must be paid on that gain at the time of the sale. However, there is an exception under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code that allows ...
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Collecting Delinquent Maintenance Assessments in Common Interest Communities

Too often in today's economy, property owners fall behind on the payment of their community assessments, which leaves their community association with the expenses of maintaining the community and ...
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Should I Have a Living Will?

While it may be difficult to imagine and foresee your own incapacity, it is important to make preparations to ensure that your decisions about health care will be respected in the event you become ...
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