The Six Ways Realtors Can Resolve Distressed Property Situations

Carol is a realtor friend of mine with whom I recently told me about lost real estate sales. She was trying to carve out a niche in distressed properties, but encountered recurring roadblocks that were costing lots of time. The problems often start the same – she will locate a prospective seller of a property […]
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How to Know Whether to File an Ejectment or Eviction

Real estate investors often purchase properties that are occupied at the time of purchase. It some cases the investor purchased the property for the rental income and desires rent-paying tenants to remain. But some investors may wish to have the property vacated due to non-paying occupants or to renovate the property. Investors who choose to […]
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Recent Law May Help Remove Criminal Squatters

As a real estate investor or property owner, it is frustrating when a property is occupied by a squatter. Squatters create many risks to the property and complicate negotiations for sale. The legal process to remove a squatter may take up to a year in Philadelphia. Some savvy squatters may demand an enormous cash payment […]
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