Real Estate Publications

Thinking of Investing in Real Estate?

Posted August 6, 2019 by Fredric A. Press in Articles & Publications, BizLaw 101 Blog, Business Publications, Press Releases, Press, Dozier & Hamelburg News, Real Estate Publications

If you are a small business owner, at one time or another you have probably considered buying an improved property to house your business. The idea of no longer having a landlord to deal with or imagining a grand investment may make it seem enticing, but there are important legal considerations a small business owner should evaluate before purchasing property.

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I've Foreclosed on a Property, Some Tenants Live There Already, But I Think I Can Do Better...

Posted April 29, 2011 by Jamie Kent Hamelburg in Articles & Publications, Real Estate Publications

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?

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Real Estate Redux

Posted April 12, 2011 by Fredric A. Press in Articles & Publications, Real Estate Publications

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).

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