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Showing 4 posts from October 2014.

“How Do I Find My Property Lines?”

Knowing the location of your property lines is crucial when determining where to erect new structures, such as a fence or pool, on your land. It can even come in handy when doing such things as cutting the grass or trimming trees. Not knowing your land from your neighbor’s is a surefire way to end up in a dispute – even litigation. Finding out where the lines are is not necessarily difficult, but if you are considering taking drastic action that involves time and/or money, it is certainly worth it to double-check with a professional about whose land is whose. More >

‘Tis The Season To Think About Your Retail Lease

With November nearly upon us, the holiday shopping season is right around the corner. For retailers, the peak season can bring a whole host of issues to be considered in connection with a commercial lease. The best time to think about these issues is now – before the droves of eager customers start lining up at the doors. So, if you are a retailer and lease a space for your business, take a few minutes and consider the following: More >

National Association of Realtors Pushing For Drone Use in Industry

Currently, pursuant to Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) policy, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (“UAVs”, also known as “drones”) for commercial use is strictly prohibited. The National Association of Realtors (“NAR”) is hoping to change that very soon. On September 23, the President of the NAR sent a letter to the Director of the FAA, compelling him to consider the ways in which drones can benefit all industries. According to the letter, drones have the unique potential to be a “game changer for the real estate industry.” More >

Here One Minute, Gone The Next: Temporary Retail Tenants

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A sure sign that fall is approaching: Halloween costume stores start popping up in retail centers. These stores are only around for a short period, but they can certainly draw a crowd in the time that they are there. It seems that temporary tenants (also called “pop-up stores”) have become commonplace over the last few years…and they are opening more than the standard Halloween shop. More >

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