For the third time since 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court has been petitioned to hear a case that may decide the fate of disparate impact liability under the Fair Housing Act.
Buying a piece of property is a give and take process. The seller quotes a price and the buyer counters with a lesser price or seeks certain concessions. Negotiations take place until both parties see eye-to-eye and agree on the terms. If both the buyer and seller believe a good deal was made, then negotiations were […]
A business owner recently asked if he should consider purchasing a building when his five-year lease expires. What factors should he consider? Is there a mathematical formula someone can use to figure out whether to buy or rent office space? The answer: There are no formulas in business that can substitute for good judgment, and so the answer […]
If you’re looking to get an appraisal done on a piece of commercial property, there could be a bit of a learning curve.
After three years of momentum building in commercial property lending.