If you buy a home and later find that it has significant issues, you may be in a position to file a claim against the previous owner. Not all situations can result in a claim, though, just because you're unhappy with a property.
Before you sign a commercial lease, it's in your best interests to make sure you ask questions and verify what it contains. While many people sign leases under the impression that they know what's inside, that's not always the reality.
The reality of any situation is that there is always a chance that it won't work out the way you want. Many times, disputes require you to negotiate to resolve them, even though it's your preference to have a particular outcome.
While you may think that a co-op and condominium are the same, the reality is that these are two very different kinds of real estate. Condominiums are real estate you can own, whereas a co-op grants you only a share of a building.
As someone looking to invest in real estate, you're wondering if you should invest in commercial real estate or residential. There are benefits to both. On one hand, you're working with individuals, families and communities. On the other, you're working with big businesses and retailers.
If you're familiar with the company Overstock, then you probably know it as an online retailer that sells furniture and other goods. Interestingly, that's not all it's hoping to be known for. The company is now attempting to get into real estate sales.