Restaurants are a unique type of business -- and you can't afford to make mistakes when you negotiate your commercial lease. Otherwise, you could be stuck with terms that make it impossible for you to do good business.
Property owners who want to evict someone sometimes file a "forcible detainer" lawsuit instead of a special detainer, which is the term used for a standard eviction in Arizona.
What happens when you receive a letter from the government informing you that it intends to take an easement through your property via eminent domain?
One of the biggest problems you can run into when you're buying a piece of property is finding out that it has an easement or two on it. If that easement isn't something you're aware of before you commit to the purchase, it could ruin your plans for the place.
Landlord harassment is illegal, so it's important for both landlords and tenants to recognize the boundaries on acceptable behavior when there's a dispute between them.
The victims of domestic violence face a lot of hardships -- including some centered around their ability to find safe housing.
If you're looking at a piece of property with an easement, you need to understand exactly what that means before you decide to buy.
Ever since the property market hit the skids back in 2007, there's been a huge increase in available houses that have been bought for a song, renovated on a dime and resold for big bucks.
Buyers beware: That home security camera might not just be a selling point for the home you're considering for purchase. It could be a tool that the seller's realtor is using to quietly record whatever you say or do while you're viewing the property.
If you're a realtor, there's good news and bad news for you in this article.