Real estate law encompasses many aspects of life that involve land and real property, including the buying and selling of a home, and landlord-tenant rights. Lawyers have placed articles in this section of the KnowledgeBase that discuss the various aspects of real estate law and how the law will govern what people should do in different situations.
Recent FindLaw Real Estate Articles
- Radon exposes unsuspecting property owners to dangers in Nevada
Provided by: Law Offices of P. Sterling Kerr, P.C.
Nevada reports high levels of radon in homes and other buildings. The gas can cause lung cancer so know your rights when purchasing real property within the state. Read More »
- Unresolved foreclosure issues a problem for many New Yorkers
Provided by: The Law Offices of Allison B. Crain & Associates
New York has one of the highest backlogs of foreclosures in the nation. Read More »
- Investors optimistic about Queens real estate
Provided by: Pearlman, Apat, Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP
For years, the real estate markets in Manhattan and Brooklyn have seen better growth than the market in Queens. One recent report indicates, however, that the Queens real estate market saw significant gains in 2013 and should remain strong throughout 2014. Indeed, as prices in Manhattan and Brooklyn continue to increase, experts believe that buyers will continue to consider Queens an attractive option. Read More »
- Minn. landlord-tenant law: the implied covenant of habitability
Provided by: Burns & Hansen, P.A.
Minnesota law says that every residential lease has an implied covenant of habitability, meaning that when a landlord rents residential premises using a lease, the landlord has must keep the rental in habitable condition. Read More »
- Improving real estate market in Arizona does not preclude scams
Provided by: Whitehill Law Offices, P.C.
As the real estate market in Arizona picks up, so do the number of real estate scams. Learn how to avoid them and seek legal counsel if you suffer losses in a scam. Read More »