Buying a home is a big undertaking. As you navigate things like a buy-sell agreement, your budget and fair market value, and an inspection, another important consideration is what to do if you’re thinking of buying a home with tenants in Lynn. Indeed, buying a home with tenants who are already living within the home can complicate things – tenants have important rights, and whether or not you decide to maintain the tenants, you’ll have certain obligations as the property owner. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our Lynn real estate attorney can assist you in buying a home with tenants. In the meantime, here’s a brief overview of what you should know–
Short-term rentals have ballooned in recent years, kicked off in large part by the company Airbnb, which offers vacation rentals via private properties. Founded in 2008, Airbnb now has 31 offices worldwide, has hosted 400 million guests since its launch, and offers listings in 191 countries.
Being injured due to another’s actions is frustrating, maddening, and often confusing. You may be wondering what your options are after a serious injury, and whether or not filing a personal injury claim will yield the recovery award that you deserve. While this question is hard to answer, there are a number of things that you can do to improve the outcome of your personal injury claim. Here are the top six:
Data published by the United States Census Bureau shows that in Massachusetts, the owner-occupied housing rate is only 62.4 percent, which means that about 37 percent of people in our state choose to rent their homes. These rental properties include apartments, condos, townhouses, mobile homes, and single-family homes, all of which could serve as the location for a serious injury or health issue suffered by a tenant. If you are someone who has been harmed on your rental property, you may have a claim for damages against your landlord. Call our experienced personal injury lawyer, Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, to learn more.
As a business owner in Massachusetts, your business will no doubt inevitably find itself in a contract dispute with another party at some point over the course of the business’ life. To be sure, businesses must form contracts with various parties in order to successfully conduct operations, including employees, contractors, vendors, and other businesses; internal contracts between partners and shareholders typically exist, too.