Real Estate Law Articles

  1. Land Trusts Made Simple

    over 6 years ago by Randy H.

    Why you should be using Land Trusts in your investing business.

  2. Will I Be Able to Keep My Home if I File for Bankruptcy

    over 3 years ago by Mitchell Sussman

    One of the first questions, many homeowners who are contemplating filing bankruptcy ask is "Will I lose my home if I file for bankruptcy?"


    over 6 years ago by Will Barnard

    Protecting your assets. What is the corporate veil and how can it be protected?

  4. Important Landlord Rights that You and Every Landlord Must Know

    over 6 years ago by Teo Zhenjie

    Too many rental property owners suffer costly mistakes and unnecessary headaches because they don't know their landlord rights well enough. Master your crucial landlord rights easily and quickly now.

  5. Learn Your Rental Property Law to Manage Tenants Effortlessly

    about 6 years ago by Teo Zhenjie

    Knowing your rental property law is the most effective way of managing your tenants smoothly and staying out of trouble. Learn more about the important and common landlord tenant laws today.

  6. Can I Safely Walk Away from My Mortgage

    over 3 years ago by Mitchell Sussman

    This is an educational article about the current financial crisis and whether it is wise to "walk away" from your mortgage.

  7. Is a Landlord Tenant Lawyer Worth Your Money and Time?

    almost 6 years ago by Teo Zhenjie

    A landlord tenant lawyer can be a powerful ally if you rent out your properties to others. Find out when an attorney can help you out in your landlord business and how you can choose the right one.

  8. The 5 Steps to Prosecute a Successful Lawsuit for Specific Performance

    almost 6 years ago by Laine Wagenseller

    Disputes over the purchase and sale of real estate differ from other legal disputes because the jilted party in a real estate transaction can often ask the court to actually enforce the contract. ...

  9. Real Estate Tools: Rights of First Refusal

    almost 6 years ago by Laine Wagenseller

    What is a right of first refusal? A right of first refusal is the conditional right to acquire property, depending on the owner's willingness to sell. The holder of the right merely has the prefe...

  10. Federal Fair Housing Laws: You need to know them and comply!

    over 5 years ago by Dennis Norman

    Every day it seems I see new complaints filed by HUD or lawsuits by the Dept of Justice, or other federal agencies, against landlords and other property owners over alleged violations of Federal Fa...

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