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Real Estate Law

Real estate law is a category of law that deals with real estate contracts, foreclosure, taxes, uses, ownership, building matters, easements, right of ways, etc.  Real estate is that property that is attached to the land including houses, buildings, fences and other items permanently attached to the structures.  Personal property is that property that is not attached to the land such as cars, clothing, furniture, etc.

The concept of real estate ownership developed after the feudal period when the monarchy owned all the land.  The land of the kingdom belonged to the king and thus was the royal estate.  From this came the term real estate as private ownership developed.

Today there are several distinct areas of law devoted to the real estate industry.  Each has its own set of rules and regulation.  Some of these areas include, brokerage services, land development, property management and real estate appraisal.  Real estate law also make distinctions between residential and commercial types of real estate and their uses.

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New App Aims To Thwart Crimes Against Real Estate Agents New York Post
New York Post New app aims to thwart crimes against real estate agents New York Post Crimes against real estate agents are a growing problem, and mobile apps are cropping up to help them stay safe. The latest is called Forewarn, launching Monday, which allows an agent to enter a prospective client39s phone number ahead of a blind

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CNBC Bitcoin is finally buying into US real estate CNBC.com CNBC It is already in retail and restaurants it was only a matter of time before bitcoin took on real estate. and more raquo

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Forbes Insider Information: Why It39s Just Smart Dealmaking In Real Estate Private Equity Forbes Real estate private equity stands in stark contrast when it comes to obtaining and acting on insider information. In fact, the equivalent concept in commercial real estate is simply referred to as imperfect information and the industry thrives on it

Real Estate Giant Throws Wrench In Kushneraposs Redevelopment Plan New York ...
New York Post Real estate giant throws wrench in Kushner39s redevelopment plan New York Post The big question about Vornado39s move to stifle its partner Kushner Companies39 plan to redevelop 666 Fifth Avenue as a mixed use super skyscraper is: What took Steve Roth so long The idea is a nonstarter that should have been laughed off the table Kushners39 Control of Family39s NYC Crown Jewel Is Now in JeopardyBloomberg all 11 news articles raquo

Commercial Real Estate Execs Are Wary Of A Possible Bust New York Post
New York Post Commercial real estate execs are wary of a possible bust New York Post The lack of specifics about President Donald Trump39s tax cut proposal, coupled with a long economic uptick and a booming stock market, has also made real estate executives wary of a possible bust ahead. Modal Trigger In one of the year39s notable deals

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