There is a piece of property down the road from where I grew up that has been neglected and does not have anyone living on it. My family and I have always wondered who owned it since we never see anyone coming or going. I recently looked the property up through the Appraisal District and discovered that the property taxes have not been paid since 2004. Would it be intrusive for me to contact the owner and ask if they would be willing to sell this piece of property to me? How do I go about doing so?
I have a property/home in which I am putting on the market. If I sell the property on a lease-option to buy or owner financing, would I still be able to do a 1031 exchange? If so, then how and when (upon signing the contract or pay-off (2 years))?
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I need to sell a piece of land. I still owe on the loan. Can I sell it via Owner financing with a Contract for Deed?
Court rules higher rent clause by outlet center owner did not violate law
By TOM HOWELL JR. email@example.com The owner of two major outlet centers in the region did not violate the law by requiring some tenants to pay a higher rent if they set up shop at the proposed outlet mall at Ross’ Corner in Frankford, an appeals court said Thursday.
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