Legal Articles, Real Estate

Understanding Property Line and Fence Laws

Property lines are often legally defined by deeds, surveys, or property maps that can be found in a property's records.

Homestead Laws in Las Vegas Explained by a Real Estate Attorney

Homestead Laws have long been a crucial aspect of property ownership and protection.

Real Estate Attorney Discusses Squatter's Rights in Las Vegas

Squatter's rights, also known as adverse possession, is a legal principle that allows individuals to gain ownership of land or property through continuous possession and claim of ownership for an extended period.

Real Estate Attorney Sheds Light on Las Vegas Property Line and Fence Laws

In Las Vegas, property lines and fence laws can be important aspects of real estate ownership and boundary disputes. While I can give you an overview, it's best to consult with a real estate attorney for precise legal advice.

Water Rights in Las Vegas

Las Vegas’s water rights laws serve the people of Las Vegas by managing water resources in a fair and equitable manner.

Las Vegas Residential Disclosure Requirements for Sellers

To mitigate risks, buyers of foreclosed properties to conduct a thorough title search and, in many cases, obtain title insurance. Title insurance can protect the buyer against financial loss due to covered title defects. Consulting with a real estate attorney during the due diligence process is also advisable

Purchasing a 1-4 Family Property After a Foreclosure

Purchasing a 1-4 family property (which typically includes single-family homes up to four-unit residential buildings) after a foreclosure can be a viable option for buyers.

Rules of Owning a Vacation Rental in Las Vegas

Vacation rentals, often referred to as short-term rentals or holiday rentals, involve leasing a residence for a short duration, typically up to 30 consecutive days.

A 1-4 Family piece of real estate, as a type of foreclosed property, often comes with the risk of title issues

Whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced investor, real estate attorneys in Newport Beach California provide insights into the key considerations and steps involved in purchasing such properties.

The Art of Las Vegas Home Improvement Contracts: A Guide to Successful Renovations

Home improvement contracts, which involve work on existing structures to renovate, repair, or upgrade them, are considered construction contracts.

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