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May 2018 Archives

Zoning affects how real estate may be used

Our readers may have noticed that it is not uncommon for similar types of buildings to be grouped together. For example, they may notice that many restaurants and shops all appear on the same blocks, while single family homes are separate and apart and generally grouped together. This is due to zoning, an area of real estate law that regulates where certain types of homes and businesses may be located.

Buying rental property

Rental property may be a way to earn long-term profits from real estate. The historic average returns on single-family rental homes is approximately 9 percent each year from rental income and price appreciation. But, owning and managing rental property takes time, planning and a bit of savvy.

Dealing with business owner's incapacity

Like Arizona families, business must deal with the possibility that one of its members becomes incompetent to make important decisions. Business law allows for planning for the incapacity of an owner or principal and, when this occurs, the continuation of business operations and payment of employees and suppliers.

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