Real Estate Articles and Information

Real estate is something that most people have experience in, whether as landlords or tenants, or as buyers or sellers. Residential real estate makes up our homes, and those of our families, while commercial real estate is where we shop and do business.

Because real estate is such a valuable long-term asset, it is important to learn as much as you can. That’s why we have compiled a list of real estate resources for you to use. Once you have the information that you need, you can create a free document that suits your specific requirements. From Residential and Commercial Leases to Eviction Notices and Letters, we’ve got the forms and the information you need to get started.

Real Estate Articles

In this guide, you will find information to help you through each stage of renting, from setting up your rental property to signing a Lease Agreement.
A commercial lease is a legally binding contract made between a landlord and a business tenant. The lease gives a tenant the right to use certain property for a business or commercial activity for a period of time in exchange for money paid to the landlord.
A landlord's guide to evicting a tenant from a rental property.
Every landlord wants quality, long-term tenants. This article offers advice and tips to help you find ideal tenants for your residential or commercial rental property.
In this guide, you will find useful information to help you understand the basics of leasing commercial property—everything from negotiations to pricing to leasing options.
A Quitclaim Deed is used to transfer whatever interest or title a grantor may have in property, without providing a warranty as to full title in the property. Quitclaim Deeds are frequently used in transfers of property between people well-known to each other, such as family members or divorcing spouses.
A residential lease is a legally binding contract made between a landlord and tenant. The lease gives a tenant the right to exclusive use and enjoyment of the described residential property in exchange for money paid to the landlord.
In commercial real estate, business tenants may sublet or assign space to help with rental costs and to avoid being penalized for ending their commercial lease earlier than a fixed term allows.
When determining the length of a lease, should you choose a fixed or periodic term?
When you're a landlord it can be challenging to know the rights you have to help you properly manage your property. In this article, find out the privileges you have that enable you maintain a positive rental experience for both you and your tenants.
You shouldn't assume your landlord knows or will protect your rights. Understanding your tenant rights helps you find the best property for your needs, allows you to live peacefully in your rental, and ensures a positive rental experience.
A rent-to-own contract gives a tenant the option to purchase the property after renting it for a set period, and can be a beneficial arrangement for both the seller and the buyer.

Real Estate Documents

Residential Lease: A document used to define residential landlord and tenant responsibilities and obligations.

Commercial Lease: A document used to dictate the terms of a commercial rental relationship between a landlord and tenant.

Rental Inspection Report: An inspection report is used to document the condition of rental property

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