Owning rental property can be a good way to supplement (or even replace) your regular income. After all, if you are able to find good tenants who pay on time every month, you can make substantial money while you’re at your day job, playing with your kids or even lying on the beach. According to…
Various types of confidential information can be covered by a non-disclosure agreement including blueprints, designs, formulas, strategies and ideas. The following article describes the types of confidential information that can be included in an NDA and the situations where certain information is excluded.
With holes blown into the wall, damaged appliances, losses of hundreds of dollars, unanswered phone calls, and nasty odors that fill up the entire house, one can only wonder, what kind of nightmare is this? Well, it might be the case of having a horrible tenant.
Once the lease agreement is signed and keys are exchanged, we can only hope to go on our own merry way. Unfortunately, it’s not always a walk in the park when it comes to dealing with bumpy situations regarding unpleasant tenants. Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, here are some types of tenants to avoid (or avoid being!).
Living Will and Last Will and Testament are two terms that are used seemingly interchangeably- but what exactly is the difference between a Living Will and a Last Will and Testament? And should you make one or both of these documents part of your estate plan?
During tough economic times with many people dealing with the burden of debt from student loans and mortgages, more and more individuals are opting to borrow money from friends and family members. Whether the debt is for a small amount using an IOU form, or a larger amount with interest and collateral using a Promissory Note or Loan Agreement, it is critical you ensure everything is set out in writing to give both of you a clear understanding of the loan terms and conditions.
Enforcing a Promissory Note can be a challenging process, especially when dealing with a friend or family member. It is strongly advised that you start by communicating with the person and try to avoid the time and cost incurred when hiring debt collection agencies or taking them to court.
For those of you looking to make the big move, it can be exciting to find a new home to settle down in. Unfortunately, amidst the high levels of stress that come along with moving to a new place, it can be easy to overlook the possibility of being a victim of a rental scam….
Seasons fly by, and tenants move in and out of your rental property. Now, it’s that time of the year again for you to recruit a new tenant. For any type of demand in the market, interest does not always mean it’s a perfect match. Many prospects will take a tour around your property, assessing the quality and the conditions. Likewise, you would do a similar assessment on these potential tenants to filter and weed out the prickly ones.
Every year, over $89 billion is loaned between friends and families in the US. Has someone asked to borrow money from you? Deciding whether to say yes or no can be a tricky situation. Here are some tips on how to decide and how to recover your debt from a friend or family member.
So you’ve got your business partner, employees, and potential investors to sign your non-disclosure agreement. Great, now all your confidential information is safe and sound, right? Wrong. Getting your NDA signed is only half the challenge of keeping your trade secrets safe. The other half is actually enforcing your NDA. Enforcing an NDA is a hassle that…