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Is Office Leasing Rebounding?

Is Office Leasing Rebounding? There are some indications more office space is being leased. However, the figure could be misleading as more businesses are reducing the square footage leased per employee. In other words, businesses are adjusting themselves to a prolonged sluggish business environment
Posted in Commercial Leasing

Office Leasing Shows Signs of Recovery ONLY in City Downtowns

Office Leasing Shows Signs of Recovery ONLY in City Downtowns Office leasing may be slowly and cautiously recovering. Nonetheless, such tepid recovery seems to be mostly concentrated in city downtowns while suburban office leasing is still experiencing severe occupancy problems. Let us further analyze the rationale for such disparate office
Posted in Commercial Leasing

What to Look For in Mortgage Documents Before Signing

What to Look For in Mortgage Documents Before Signing What to Look For in Mortgage Documents Before Signing Often potential home buyers are inundated with documents to sign at the last minute. Fearing they might lose their dream house or the favorable annual percentage rate, potential homeowners just sign
Posted in Commercial Leasing, Homeowners Association Law, Real Estate

Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone

Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone Despite the vaunted advantages of ROTH conversions, they are not for everyone. This is especially true in circumstances where the taxpayer has to pay a lot in taxes upfront for conversion and the
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Buying and Selling of Businesses, Commercial Leasing

Commercial Lease Laws

Commercial Lease Laws Image   Commercial Lease Laws As in many other states, commercial tenants in California are not legally afforded the same rights as a residential tenant. A commercial tenant does not own the actual land of their property, they only own their
Posted in Business Law, Commercial Leasing

Music Publishing Income

Music Publishing Income Music Publishing Income Music Publishing Income, When it comes to music, many people think that those involved in the process simply earn money by consumers purchasing their songs (on iTunes and other legal downloading systems). In fact, the producers, songwriters,
Posted in Commercial Leasing, Entertainment Law

What is a Writ of Attachment?

What is a Writ of Attachment? A writ of attachment is defined as a pre-judgement remedy that can allow the plaintiff to attain assets from the defendant to secure a recovery from a lawsuit, which included a claim that money
Posted in Commercial Leasing, Uncategorized

What is A 1031 Exchange?

What is A 1031 Exchange? What is A 1031 Exchange? A 1031 exchange is the exchanging of one investment asset for another. This takes place by deferring the tax consequences of the sale of the investment asset. If done properly, minimal to no taxes would
Posted in Business Law, Commercial Leasing, Real Estate

Should You Appeal Your Home Low Tax Appraisal?

Should You Appeal Your Home Low Tax Appraisal? Friday, July 30, 2010 by Doron F. Eghbali Given the volatile and rather frightening state of housing market, many homeowners have been receiving notices from their county tax assessment boards appraising their homes
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Buying and Selling of Businesses, Commercial Leasing, Corporate Law

Should You Buy a House Just for an $8,000 Tax Credit?

Should You Buy a House Just for an $8,000 Tax Credit? Wednesday, March 31, 2010 by Doron F. Eghbali Your agent, friend or others might be telling you to hurry up and purchase your home to take advantage of the $8,000
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Buying and Selling of Businesses, Commercial Leasing, Corporate Law, Entertainment Law