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SELLING A LEASED PROPERTY

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks posted in commercial real estate on Thursday, August 16, 2018. Whether you are just tired of the responsibility of being somebody’s landlord or you inherited a rental home, you can’t always wait until a rental is empty in order to sell. That makes […]
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CELL PHONE TOWER LEASE AGREEMENTS REQUIRE A UNIQUE APPROACH

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks on Saturday, August 11, 2018. It’s unsurprising that the demand for wide-ranging, reliable networks have cell phone companies scrambling for new places to build cell towers. There are reasonable incentives for businesses, property owners and landowners. The additional income and long-term profits make […]
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VARIANCES, REZONING AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS CAN RESCUE A DEAL

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks posted in land use & zoning restrictions on Thursday, August 9, 2018. What can you do when you find the perfect piece of property — except for the zoning regulations that stand in the way of what you’d like to accomplish? Do you […]
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WHAT LANDLORDS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BANKRUPT COMMERCIAL TENANTS

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks posted in commercial real estate on Thursday, August 2, 2018. For most commercial landlords, a tenant’s bankruptcy hardly comes as a huge surprise. More than likely, the rent payments have been getting later and later — or they’ve gone missing a few times. […]
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DUE DILIGENCE AND MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY PURCHASES

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks posted in commercial real estate acquisitions & dispositions on Friday, July 27, 2018. Buying a multifamily property can be a fantastic investment — but only if you make sure to perform your due diligence first. That’s the only way to make certain that […]
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INVESTING IN AN EARTHQUAKE ZONE MEANS MONITORING INNOVATIONS

On behalf of Michael Brooks of Law Offices of Michael A. Brooks posted in commercial real estate on Thursday, July 19, 2018. California is trying to build up rather than out. It makes sense to make use of tall buildings in most California cities. It’s the only way to stop moving the suburbs out farther […]
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