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February 2018 Archives

What are the pros and cons of buying a short-sale house?

Homes that are being sold at short sale are those where a homeowner owes more on his or her mortgage than the home is worth. Oftentimes, banks will allow homeowners to sell their property for less than what they owe because it allows them to divest themselves of the property and to avoid having to foreclose on it.

How to properly transfer assets into a trust

Many people make the strategic decision to transfer some of their assets into a living trust. They may have several reasons for doing this. The most common reasons typically relate to the desire to bypass taxes and to be able to transfer inheritance to their heirs without the need to go through probate.

Taking action after an icy sidewalk accident

In the cold winters, premises owners have a responsibility to take reasonable action in order to ensure that their property is safe for all that visit it, no matter the weather. Unfortunately, however, many property owners and business owners fail to prepare adequately for the adverse weather conditions.

Is it possible to avoid the probate process?

No one wants their heirs to go through the probate process. This is because it is lengthy and because a lot of the money to be inherited needs to fund the expensive probate process. Therefore, many people in their lifetime decide to do what they can to ensure that as many of their assets as possible can avoid going through the probate process.

How are land zones regulated?

The state and municipalities have the biggest influence on how zones are create and regulated. Zones provide a way for the state to be able to have some control over the way that cities and towns develop and at what speed. They are also created based on insights around public health, safety and environmental protection.

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