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August 2018 Archives

Things to consider before signing a commercial lease

As a business owner in Pennsylvania, you have a lot to think about. If finding a new space is on the horizon, it is important you understand what you are signing when going over the lease. It is legally binding, and fighting one of its provisions after the fact usually does not result in a positive outcome for you. It is important to work with an attorney and go over every aspect of the commercial lease and negotiate before you make it official.

Watch Out For Judgment Liens

You have found your dream home, and your offer was accepted. At the closing, you find out that there is a sizeable judgment lien on the property. The title is not clear, which means the sale cannot go through unless the lien is satisfied. How can that happen? Here is some basic information about judgment liens.

How is value determined regarding eminent domain?

There is a sense of pride when it comes to home ownership. Widely considered to be the American dream, owning a house can result in feelings of success and "making it." However, some homeowners in Pennsylvania may find that the house they worked hard for is now being taken by the government. While this does not seem right, it can happen in cases of eminent domain. When it comes to compensation, you need to make sure you are getting a fair price.

Protect your home from foreclosure

There have been a record number of foreclosures in the United States over the last ten years following the economic recession of 2008 and the collapse of the real estate bubble. Homeowners and families have struggled to save their homes and protect their finances.

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