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Avoid these real estate transaction pitfalls

Despite the fact that real estate transactions appear as if they should be simple, the truth is that there are many ways to make mistakes throughout the process. Since there are ways a transaction can fail, it's always a good idea to work with a professional who is familiar with real estate law.

Consider these questions when you want to lease a restaurant

If you've always wanted to run your own restaurant, one way you could do it is by leasing a restaurant that is already empty and ready for use. If you don't have a lot of cash to start with, this is a good option. There are several benefits to leasing a restaurant space, including not having to worry about a mortgage and potentially not having utility costs or other expenses to consider.

Struggling in your condominium community? You have rights

When you live in a condominium, there are bound to be issues that come up from time to time. There is typically a manager and board that works with members to work out issues that arise, although you can work out a problem on your own with the owner of another condominium if you two are amicable. Here are a few ways that you can work through a problem when it comes up.

Don't get caught up in the psychology of real estate markets

Real estate markets, especially in trend-setting areas such as New York, often rely on the power of psychology to drive buyers into a deal. Traditionally, for example, realtors might create alluring online ads to drive more people to see a property. Once they get a crowd rushing an open house, they use that as leverage to create a sense of urgency about the deal: With so many people looking, a buyer who wants the property needs to leap now.

Thinking of shutting down? 10 steps to dissolve your company

After years of running your own bookkeeping practice, you are ready to retire and start the next chapter in your life. Unfortunately, ending a business is not as easy as locking up the office and just walking away. Many ramifications exist when you close up shop. You will have to deal with tax issues, informing your employees of your intentions, and notifying your clients.

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