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Common issues with closing on a house

Whether it is a first home purchase or it is an upgrade, buying a house in Pennsylvania is exciting. However, even if things seem on track, the time leading up to closing day can present some not-so-good surprises that can either prevent the closing or cause the soon-to-be owners to take a step back and reevaluate their decision.

Should you lease or buy your commercial property?

Finding the right location for your Philadelphia business is not easy. First, you must find something that fits your budget in the right location. You also have to make sure the space suits your needs and will work for your company operations. Once you find the right place, you may want to sign on the dotted line and move forward as quickly as possible, but this is not always prudent.

Surveyors may provide key information on commercial properties

Buying a commercial property in Pennsylvania may be a complicated process, especially for investors who are planning on undertaking renovations or new construction. There are several aspects potential buyers may want to consider before finalizing a transaction, and a surveyor could provide essential information.

Having a survey on your property can help you avoid problems

When you buy property in Pennsylvania, you probably already have plans regarding what you want to do with it. Maybe you want to develop it, or maybe you want to build your dream home or office building. Before you move forward, you will want to make sure that you know everything there is to know about your property. 

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