On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Monday, October 16, 2017.
It takes a lot of time to complete a large construction project. It also takes a lot of different construction crews that specialize in different areas of the construction process. Most importantly, though, it takes a great deal of money to complete a large-scale project. The problem is, during all the different phases of construction,… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Wednesday, October 04, 2017.
One of the most famous pieces of real estate here in the Minneapolis area is the house that 1970s iconic, independent career gal Mary Richards and her friends Rhoda and Phyllis lived in on the “Mary Tyler Moore Show.” It’s been 40 years since Mary and the gang ended their run, but the home, built… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Thursday, September 07, 2017.
In every state in the country, there are certain requirements that a seller must meet before he or she can transfer his or her home to a new owner. While disclosing certain defects your property may have can ultimately affect the price you’re able to sell your home for, both the legal and financial ramifications… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Friday, July 14, 2017.
As you’re likely aware, real estate transactions do not require the work of an attorney. You can use your real estate agent to buy a new home and never have to speak with a lawyer. However, there are some very clear advantages to working with an attorney when you’re finalizing a real estate deal. Although… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Friday, May 19, 2017.
Most Minnesota home sellers want to sell their homes as quickly as possible for a fair price. One way to speed up the selling of your home is to spruce up your landscaping. The plants and trees around your house make for a beautiful frame. When you have nice landscaping, your home looks more luxurious… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Thursday, March 30, 2017.
Whether you have been leasing properties for decades or only a year or two, it can be easy to slip up and make little mistakes. When it comes to properties and contracts, though, the simplest mistake can become a very costly error. The best way to keep expenses low and maintain your good reputation is… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Friday, March 10, 2017.
Most Minnesota residents who buy a condominium are excited because it appears to be a simple real estate investment — one that they don’t have worry about taking care of like a stand-alone home. Nevertheless, if you’ve never owned a condo before, you might be surprised by a few legal hurdles that could pop up… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Thursday, December 29, 2016.
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… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
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… Read more »
On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Residential Real Estate on Wednesday, November 23, 2016.
The sale of existing homes in the United States is now at its highest level since February 2007, according to a new report by Reuters. This news is good for the economy and the housing market as a whole, both of which appear to be in better shape than before the Great Recession. In Minnesota, the… Read more »