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December 2016 Archives

Gregory A. Lang

Radon disclosures when selling real estate property

Minnesota residents don't usually think about radon dangers, but when radon is present in a home, it can pose serious threats to the people who live there. Radon is a carcinogenic radioactive gas that you cannot see, taste or smell. Longterm exposure to radon can lead to lung cancer. In fact, the U.S. Surgeon General says that radon is the second most common cause of lung cancer in America.

The role of an executor

Choosing someone to be the executor of your will is one of the biggest and most important decisions you'll make. Whoever is bestowed the responsibility of handling your estate needs to be trustworthy, willing to honor your requests and in good health.Choosing someone to be the executor of your will is one of the biggest and most important decisions you'll make. Whoever is bestowed the responsibility of handling your estate needs to be trustworthy, willing to honor your requests and in good health.

Zoning regulations: Make sure you know what you're getting into

One of the biggest mistakes that novice real estate investors make is to purchase a commercial property without first checking the zoning regulations relating to that property. The fact is, some Minnesota properties have been legally zoned so that they can only be used for certain types of commercial purposes. For example, you might have bought a property where you hope to process gravel, only to later discover that your property is not zoned for such industrial purposes.

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