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Your Home Away From Home

If you’re investing in a second home, Scrivens Insurance and Investment Solutions has gathered some insurance basics that will help you make the best buying decision when it comes to determining insurability and estimating your ongoing cost of ownership. 343 more words

Personal Insurance

Real Estate Investors: Update on Bill Allowing Single Member LLCs To Evict Tenants without Legal Representation

A common scenario in my legal practice:

Investor purchases property in an LLC. Investor locates a tenant. Tenant falls behind in rent. Investor hires attorney to evict Tenant. 601 more words

Business

Landlords/Investors/Property Managers: Single Member LLCs Could Evict Tenants without Legal Representation under House Bill

A common scenario in my legal practice:

Investor purchases property in an LLC. Investor locates a tenant. Tenant falls behind in rent. Investor hires attorney to evict Tenant. 408 more words

Business

What Can We Do with Bad Tenants?

It’s a nightmare when bad tenant conquered our property! Installment is awaiting us but we are not collecting positive return as expected. To the best of my knowledge, we should not enforce our right to reclaim our property when our tenants in common have not paid for two to three consecutive months. 219 more words

Crowdfunding

Skip Probate for Your Property with a Transfer on Death Deed

It’s been just over a year since California Law, AB139 went into effect, allowing property owners to save money (and future hassle) by filing a Transfer on Death ( 522 more words

General Information

Things to Look for in a Rental Property

Are you searching for a rental property to put money into? Tenant Screening Center can help you out. They have a website that tells you things to look for in a rental property.

Neighbor's Trees: liablity and damages

(updated from article was originally published in the Palisadian-Post, April 7, 2005, p. 22)

The Turner Law Firm has successfully handled lots of tree cases during the past twenty-five years. 1,078 more words

Real Estate Law