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Dear Readers, Our crime has been solved, thanks to your clever detective work.  After months of watching in horror, Im afraid Louisa May finally snapped when Shawn refused to recycle, on Earth Day of all days!  Congratulations, Keith, on your winning guess.  Honorable Mention goes out to Clint for his astute (but unappetizing) guess.  How…


By Phil Halverson, Esq., Halverson & Associates Reprinted from an article published by the Bar Association BACKGROUND This article discusses common legal questions that arise in the purchase and sale of real estate. Buyers and sellers of real estate sign contracts and make important personal, financial and legal decisions. It is intended to help buyers…


By Phil Halverson, Esq., Halverson & Associates Reprinted from an article published by the Bar Association BACKGROUND This article discusses common legal questions that arise in the purchase and sale of real estate. Buyers and sellers of real estate sign contracts and make important personal, financial and legal decisions. It is intended to help buyers…


By Phil Halverson, Esq., Halverson & Associates (Reprinted from an article published by the Bar Association) BACKGROUND This article discusses common legal questions that arise in the purchase and sale of real estate. Buyers and sellers of real estate sign contracts and make important personal, financial and legal decisions. It is intended to help buyers…


by Phil Halverson, Esq., Halverson & Associates (Reprinted from an article published by the Bar Association) BACKGROUND This article discusses common legal questions that arise in the purchase and sale of real estate. Buyers and sellers of real estate sign contracts and make important personal, financial and legal decisions. It is intended to help buyers…


by Ken Tharp, Iowa Equity Exchange The actual wording of Internal Revenue Code §1031 says that in order to qualify for tax-deferred treatment, the property owner must sell property that has been held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment (emphasis added) and purchase property of like-kind. Often, potential exchangers want…


by Janet Portman, managing editor, Nolo Know the laws in your state before you rent out space. Being a successful landlord requires lots of practical know-how, business moxie, and familiarity with the market. Until about 30 years ago, the law didnt have much to do with it. Now, however, federal law and most states closely…


WE HAVE A WINNER! Click here to see the answer to this weeks game. Thanks to everyone who played! Face it. Youve already done all youre going to do at work today, so take a break and play our No-Strings Trivia. The first person to answer correctly will win a $25 Gift Certificate to their…


by Ilyce Glink Inman News Retail sales were up more than expected in January. Is it a sign that the great residential real estate slowdown is almost over? Hardly. The housing industry continues to move along at a glacial pace, with a rising number of homes for sales, home loans in default, and a record-breaking…


by Ilyce Glink Inman News Q: My wife owns a home that we would prefer to sell, but is a rental property at the moment. The renter has informed us that she has bought a new house and will be leaving at the beginning of February, so she will not be giving her 30-day notice…

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