Posts Tagged: real estate law advice

Utilities, Winter and Landlord Responsibilities

Winters can get very chilly in Michigan, so during the colder months of the year, landlords across the state need to be extremely mindful of their tenants and their access to utility services. Electricity, gas and water are essential to the basic needs of tenants year-round, but heat is something that tenants will definitely need… Read more »

When Do You Need Quiet Title Actions?

If you have ever purchased a piece of property, inherited a piece of property, or have had a property ownership dispute, the chances are that you have at least heard of a quiet-title action. Essentially, a quiet-title action is a lawsuit where one party wants to establish their ownership of property over the claims of… Read more »

Help for Property Managers

Being a property manager can be an incredibly rewarding job, but like all professions, it comes with its share of problems. Even if you’ve only been a property manager for a short period of time, you’ve likely encountered an issue with one of your clients. In most cases, these issues are minor and can be… Read more »

Year-End Wrap Up: What Records to Get in Order Now

Tax time comes around every April, and with 2015 now drawn to a close, it’s never too early to start preparing forms and documents as a landlord. There are two types of records you must have for tax purposes: a record of your rental income and expenses as well as supporting documents for them. Did… Read more »