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What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent
May 20, 2015

What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent

For any commercial property owner or manager, dealing with tenants who fail to pay rent is often the least favorite chore. Most commercial tenants want to pay their rent and…

Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions
April 30, 2015

Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions

We often focus on the importance of the real estate contract in a transaction, because this document sets forth all terms of the deal and is legally binding. However, signing…

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!
April 22, 2015

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!

Many factors are weighed before most buyers decide to proceed with a purchase of real estate. Many buyers, both commercial and residential, will seek information about the property from a…

Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions
March 26, 2015

Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions

As real estate attorneys, we often find that escrow instructions are important when attempting to resolve disputes related to real estate sales. While the purchase agreement terms govern the specifics…

What Happens During the Due Diligence Period on a Residential Purchase?
March 16, 2015

What Happens During the Due Diligence Period on a Residential Purchase?

Whether you’re buying or selling real estate, it is exciting to finally have a drafted and signed sales contract in your hand.  But of course, something can still go wrong…

Important Updates to the California Residential Purchase Agreement
February 25, 2015

Important Updates to the California Residential Purchase Agreement

For the first time since 2010, in October, 2014 the California Association of Realtors issues a complete make-over of the standard Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA), the standard residential purchase agreement…

In Contract Disputes, Context is Everything
February 24, 2015

In Contract Disputes, Context is Everything

In any real estate deal, the contract governs the entire transaction. Generally speaking, you would think that having all agreements written into a contract means the deal is “set in…

When Can a Tenant Break a Commercial Lease?
January 30, 2015

When Can a Tenant Break a Commercial Lease?

While there are many reasons a tenant might need to break a commercial lease, two of the most common reasons involve the success of the business. Either an unfortunate turn…

Full Disclosure Protects Real Estate Buyers and Sellers
January 7, 2015

Full Disclosure Protects Real Estate Buyers and Sellers

Real estate sales and purchases are some of the largest financial transactions many of us will experience in our lifetimes. Since such a large amount of money and a lengthy…

Breach of Contract in Real Estate Transactions
December 21, 2014

Breach of Contract in Real Estate Transactions

The key element to any real estate transaction is the sales contract. When buyer and seller agree upon terms such as price, time period to close the deal, payment of…

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