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Land contract attorneys in Minnesota

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Transactions on Friday, September 09, 2016.

A land contract is often referred to as a contract for deed, an agreement for deed, an installment sale agreement or a land installment contract. This is a special contract entered into between the buyer and the seller of a piece of real estate. The contract involves the seller offering financing to the purchaser of… Read more »

Zoning and commercial real estate

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Transactions on Friday, July 29, 2016.

Local governments in Minnesota have zoning laws in place to protect the safety and health of our communities, and also to help regulate growth. In this respect, zoning laws control the way property is used and they absolutely must be taken into consideration before a business agrees to purchase or lease a property. Because zoning… Read more »

Avoid These Common Commercial Real Estate Leasing Mistakes

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Law on Monday, July 11, 2016.

Running a business requires an enormous amount of focus and effort. Disputes about office space or a lease agreement are distractions that entrepreneurs can’t afford. A number of common disputes that crop up between commercial real estate renters and building owners can be avoided by creating comprehensive lease agreements before moving your business into a… Read more »

Understanding a short sale

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Transactions on Friday, June 17, 2016.

Buying a home is often an exciting — and frightening — proposition. For many people, it means signing their name to the biggest debt they will ever owe, but it also means owning their own land and property. However, what happens if circumstances change in the future and you need to get out of the… Read more »

How equity stripping can scam vulnerable homeowners

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Transactions on Monday, March 07, 2016.

While a homeowner is paying off his or her mortgage every month, his or her house is probably increasing in market value. These factors combine to increase the homeowner’s unencumbered interest in his or her home, an asset known as home equity. For many people who have lived in their home for many years, the… Read more »

Passing Down The Family Cabin

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Transactions on Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

Thousands of families across Minnesota own lake cabins and vacation homes. These properties are the source of many memories. Even when children pass into adulthood, a cabin will still retain significant emotional value, to say nothing of its financial value. Any parent who owns a vacation property must consider many factors when deciding whether to… Read more »