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New tax bill could help commercial real estate businesses

A tax bill approaching a vote could be positive for commercial real estate owners in New York. According to the news, the bill would provide corporations with tax cuts, which would help businesses structured as partnerships save. Others who would benefit include pass-through companies and limited liability companies. In real estate, most businesses fit those descriptions.

5 tips for avoiding business disputes

A business law dispute that ends up in court can be very impactful on a New York company. If the business doesn't win the lawsuit, it might have to make a large payout that leaves the company bankrupt -- or significantly affects its bottom line.

Is it a good idea to sell a home to family? It can be

You've found a home you want to buy, but before you can do that, you need to sell yours. You've already put in an offer on the other home, so you're looking to sell quickly. Before you know it, you get an offer; it's not from a stranger, though.

Can a neighbor destroy my pit garden?

In the city, you could run into a problem with a neighbor who takes over your sidewalk garden. Sidewalk gardens are small spaces intended to be designed and cared for by the residents whose property adjoins them. They may have a tree and a small patch of ground where the resident can plant.

Mold: A danger that needs to be disclosed before a purchase

When you buy a home, you expect the homeowner and realtor to disclose any issues the home has, especially if those issues are costly or could cause health problems. One such problem in a home could be the presence of toxic mold.

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