September 2017 Archives

Who maintains real estate while on the market?

The unfortunate reality of the real estate market these days is that it takes time to sell a house. That's not to say its impossible-it just means that Massachusetts sellers need to be prepared for the house to remain on the market for a little bit of time before it is bought. And, this means keeping the house show ready almost all the time for potential buyers to look at. When the sellers have moved out of the house, whose responsibility does it become to keep the house maintained?

What are the consequences of a conviction?

Much has been said on this blog about the long-term consequences of a criminal conviction. Though one's mind jumps to incarceration as the result of a conviction, that is only one of the results and even that eventually comes to an end, depending on the type of crime one has been convicted of. But, once a Massachusetts resident becomes entangled with the criminal justice system, they find themselves getting pulled into it again and again. However, there are other, equally distressing consequences of this entanglement.

Helping tenants take control in real estate matters

As mentioned on last week's post, property managers are often engaged to handle investment estate and one of their tasks including the relationship between landlord and tenant. But not everyone has the luxury of engaging a property manager and those who do not, often end up having to deal with a landlord or tenant on their own.

The rights and obligations of property managers

Setting Massachusetts rents and collecting rent with respect to a real estate investment sounds simple enough. But, in reality, it is a time-consuming, detail oriented job that many cannot do as a part-time project. This is why people with investments in real estate consider hiring a property manager.

Woman accused of injuring and fleeing the scene of DUI accident

Sometimes, people follow one bad decision with another, not realizing that their actions have consequences that could follow them for the rest of their life. When this happens, it is important to remember that someone suspected of committing a crime has the right to legal counsel who could help him or her get his or her version of the events out in the public.

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