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.
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Pets are a big issue for both landlords and tenants. They can also cause a big problem between one tenant and another tenant if the animal isn't particularly well-behaved.
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A timeshare is a unique type of real estate offering where people purchase shares of the property instead of the whole thing.
There is often a lot of confusion surrounding easements and what rights they provide. If someone else has one on your property, or you have one on another person's property, it's critical to know what legal rights and obligations it contains.
A commercial lease is far more complicated than an ordinary rental.