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Good morning. Your co-tenants (i.e. 5 others) would likely be able to force you to sell the property in an action for partition in sale unless some specific circumstance prevents the same ( ...Read more

The law only requires you to give the tenant 3 days notice, and then you can sue to evict the tenant. 30 days would be more customary and more reasonable. Evictions are very technical. In order to pr ...Read more

The HOA Board of Directors is given very broad discretion in deciding how to maintain the property. You should have an attorney who is familiar with CC&Rs and the Davis Stirling Act, to see whethe ...Read more

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Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Agents Get Sued

In 2008, right before the housing market crashed, a middle-aged couple in Carlsbad, California sued their real estate agent for misrepresenting their home’s value. They bought the home for $1.2 ... Read more

Investing in the World of Real Estate

In Southern California, real estate investing seems about as commonplace as sunny days. As a young real estate attorney, it is something that I constantly hear about and therefore is constantly on my ... Read more

Real Estate Development in the NFL 0

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has recently unleashed his latest project – The Ford Center at The Star. The complex is a combination training facility, hotel, corporate office complex, retail ... Read more

Texas Property Taxation (Part Two)

There are two types of protests normally available to a homestead exempted property owner: (1) determination of the appraised value of the property; and (2) unequal appraisal of the owner’s prop ... Read more

Texas Property Taxation – Part One

The State of Texas’ power to tax does not come from the U.S. or Texas Constitution. It is an inherent power associated with the sovereignty of the state. On the other hand, the taxing power of T ... Read more

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