Real Estate

Protecting Your Property Investment: Owner’s Title Insurance

Mar 17 2022
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When buying property, the first line of defense against title defects is purchasing a title insurance policy. There are two types of title insurance policies, an owner’s policy, and a lender’s policy. As the buyer of the property, it is …

Posted in Real Estate

Airbnb and VRBOs: Land Use and Other Hot-Button Legal Issues

Oct 25 2021
Krista Kochosky National Business Institute CLE

Krista Kochosky, Real Estate Chair at The Lynch Law Group, has been selected by the National Business Institute to instruct several areas of content in its CLE, “Airbnb and VRBOs: Land Use and Other Hot-Button Legal Issues.” Dates to be …

Posted in Continuing Legal Education Seminars, LLG News, Real Estate

Airbnb, Vrbo, and Short-Term Lease Agreements: What You Need to Know

Oct 08 2021
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Homeowners wishing to use their properties as short-term rentals should always use a short-term lease agreement for each reservation. While certainly not exhaustive, there are several provisions to include in every short-term lease agreement.   10 Key Provisions To Included …

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CDC Eviction Moratorium Lifted By Supreme Court

Aug 27 2021
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A Long-Awaited Win For Landlords Last night, the U.S. Supreme Court lifted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pandemic-related federal moratorium on residential evictions. This Order comes from a challenge to the policy brought by an alliance of …

Posted in Bankruptcy/Creditors' Rights, Legal Watch, Real Estate

Zoning Variances: What a Landowner Must Prove to Obtain a Variance

Mar 30 2021
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And How Concerned Neighbors Can Force Projects to Stay “Inside the Lines” With spring and summer construction season around the corner, property owners planning for new construction or alterations should evaluate whether they will need to seek a variance from …

Posted in Legal Watch, Real Estate

Relocating to Florida | Understanding Estate Taxes On Your Property

Oct 12 2020
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Tax Issues When You Own Real Property in Florida and Pennsylvania If you live in Florida and own real property in Pennsylvania or another state, or are looking to change your domicile to Florida but wish to retain a residence …

Posted in Estates and Trusts, Legal Watch, Real Estate

Relocating to Florida Brings Tax Benefits

Oct 12 2020
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Benefits of Becoming a Florida Resident Do you own a home in Florida? Have you ever considered becoming a Florida resident? Florida has some attractive tax benefits that may help make that decision a little easier. Unlike other states, Florida has …

Posted in Estates and Trusts, Legal Watch, Real Estate

Information for Landlords and Tenants Regarding Coronavirus

Mar 23 2020
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Courts Put Evictions On Hold Due to COVID-19 Unemployment Update: Pursuant to Governor Wolf’s executive order issued on May 7, 2020, the statewide suspension of eviction and foreclosure activities will last until July 10, 2020. The global outbreak of the …

Posted in COVID-19 Updates, Legal Watch, Real Estate

Krista Kochosky Will Instruct Real Estate Agent and Broker Liability 2019

Jul 10 2019
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Krista Kochosky, Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group, will instruct the Pennsylvania Bar Institute program, Real Estate Agent and Broker Liability 2019, on Tuesday, July 16th in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The course is presented simultaneously to Pennsylvania lawyers who defend …

Posted in Continuing Legal Education Seminars, Legal Watch, Real Estate

VRBO, Airbnb and Other Short-Term Rentals

Jan 21 2019
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Your Short-Term Rental Legal Field Guide Airbnbs, VRBOs, and other short-term rentals are creating numerous legal questions across the United States. On one hand, Airbnbs and VRBOs are generating local economic benefit, but on the other hand, their presence generates …

Posted in Continuing Legal Education Seminars, Legal Watch, Real Estate