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How Landlords Can Adapt to the COVID-19 Crisis

Due to the health impacts and job losses caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, it has become difficult for many people across the country to make their rent payments. The has not gone unnoticed by government officials, as several cities and states across the U.S. have...
Selling to a key Employee

Selling to a key Employee

Keeping It Inside: The Benefits & Challenges of Selling to a Key Employee For one reason or another, there will be a point where a business owner wants to sell their company. Maybe they are retiring, maybe they have other business endeavors they want to focus on,...

Purchase your Commercial Real Estate Anonymously

Maybe you would like to remain anonymous to any tenants who rent from you.  Maybe you are buying the building from your competitor. Maybe you don’t want any possible future creditors to know about the properties you own.  Regardless of the reason, there are two ways...
How Landlords can prevent Holdovers & Default Tenants

How Landlords can prevent Holdovers & Default Tenants

The Tenant-Landlord relationship can be a contentious one, as is usually the case when money and property are involved. Even when the rules of renting and leasing are generally well laid out through landlord tenant laws, there is still room for confusion, either due...

Guardianship for Special Needs Children: When & How Much?

Guardianship for your special needs child really depends on your child’s level of need. If they are very high functioning, they may have the ability to take care of most of their needs as an adult. If this is the case, a guardianship may be taking a little too much...