Commercial Real Estate

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Commercial Real Estate FAQ
What exactly is commercial real estate? Are there really that many differences between a commercial real estate deal and buying a house? What are some of the common pitfalls involving a real estate business deal? Should I hire a real estate broker or a real estate lawyer? ... Read more

Glossary of Commercial Real Estate Investment Terms
If you own commercial real estate investments, there are a number of legal terms you should be familiar with. You don't need to become an expert, but an understanding of the language can help you decide whether you need the help of a lawyer. Common Area Maintenance When renting out commercial property, ... Read more

Sharing Land Ownership
The laws controlling real property ownership can be complex and specific. This is because land, and the improvements made to it, are valuable and unique. State laws provide different forms of ownership. Co-ownership or concurrent ownership is when more than one person owns land. Co-Ownership Types Three ... Read more

1031 Like-Kind Exchanges of Commercial Property
If you invest in commercial property that has appreciated in value, and are ready to cash in, you might owe a lot of income tax on this transaction. You can postpone income tax by making a "1031 like-kind exchange" instead of selling the commercial property. F irst you'll need to find someone who is ... Read more

Business Real Estate: Selecting a Good Lawyer
When you have a legal problem involving business or commercial real estate, know some basics about selecting a real estate law lawyer. Articles on Lawyers.com can give you a good start, and help provide insight as you search for the right lawyer. Next, start building your list of candidates with the ... Read more

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This is not something a lawyer should advise you on without reading all the contracts involved and analyzing the course of action among all parties. 

You can structure the tenancy however you want, but most landlords will require what is called a personal Good Guy Guaranty for personal liability even if the LLC is the tenant.

A construction law attorney should be able to assist you.

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Real estate-related complaints: myriad and broadly sourced

Would-be homeowners in Ventura County, the San Fernando Valley and elsewhere across the vast regional expanse of the Los Angeles metropolitan area must obviously exercise due care in working with agen ... Read more

New Opportunities for Credit Union Ownership of Real Estate

Proposed changes to NCUA’s rule on federal credit union (FCU) ownership of real estate and to the Massachusetts credit union parity rules, promise to open new areas of credit union investment in ... Read more

A One-Minute Primer on the Origins of California Real Estate Law

The law of real estate—the law of real property—is one of the oldest subsets of law in our collective history as the human race. Social psychologists might argue that it came into existenc ... Read more

Commercial Lease – Negotiation Tips for the Tenant.

The topic of this blog post could command pages and pages of single space text. My purpose is to simply mention and highlight some of the more important parts of a commercial real estate lease that sh ... Read more

Landlord’s Remedies on Tenant’s Default under Commercial Lease

When a tenant defaults under a commercial lease, which usually means the tenant’s failure to timely pay rent, the landlord will usually attempt to negotiate some resolution to collect the rents ... Read more

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