Articles & Publications
Like many of you, I read a lot of blogs, some of which are even worth reading and fewer of which might even be true.
I recently read a blog that says it all about our modern life, the practice of law, being a parent and human values. Think about this when you are sweating your practice:
Richard Muller, professor of physics, McArthur Prize winner and principal investigator for the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) project, took a hard look at the actual data regarding changes in surface temperatures on the Earth over the past two centuries.
Let's say you've purchased a Maryland residential property (defined as having four or fewer dwelling units) at foreclosure, and you want to either move in or rent it as investment property. However, tenants living in it at the time of foreclosure still reside there, under a lease having an unexpired term at what you consider a below-market rent. What, if anything, can you do?
The cover story in the current issue of Fortune is The Return of Real Estate. While the title is slightly misleading in that it focuses solely on residential real estate, it makes for interesting reading nonetheless (and to be fair, the subtitle of the article suggests the scope of its content).