Two types of liens commercial real estate sales brokers should know about

No point in finding a willing buyer for your client’s property unless you get paid for your efforts, right? A lien can be a powerful tool to make sure this happens, but not without risk. CONTINUE READING...

How to prevent a tenant from removing valuable equipment before they flee

Before a landlord files suit for eviction, it should first consider whether there is any equipment on the premises that could help attract a new tenant. A landlord may prevent a tenant from taking equipment from the premises by filing a distress writ. CONTINUE READING...

What happens when a tenant’s business becomes illegal during the lease term?

When the tenant’s business is made illegal during the term of the lease, the tenant’s business is likely to disappear altogether, leading to a likely default. What that means for the landlord and tenant may come down to drafting. CONTINUE READING...

Top 10 mistakes Florida commercial real estate and leasing brokers make

We’ve helped commercial real estate and leasing brokers deal with many mistakes over the years. Here are ten to avoid. CONTINUE READING...

Does filing a lawsuit challenging property taxes get you out of paying them while the suit is pending?

Taxpayers must remember that filing a lawsuit to challenge your county property appraiser’s valuation of your property, or denial of an exemption from ad valorem taxes, does not get you out of paying while the suit is pending. What happens, though, when the lawsuit covers one tax year but goes on for more than one? CONTINUE READING...

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