Real estate agents are constantly on the go competing for clients, stressing over closings and trying to stay aware of the latest rules and regulations. This is what I affectionately refer to as “The Real Estate Circus” and you are likely to find yourself in the center ring. However, it is incredibly important to find “downtime” in order not to be overwhelmed.
I realize you may be inundated with emails and not have time to read our Nevada Real Estate Litigator’s Blog as often as you would like. The purpose of the blog is to provide insight, stimulate conversation and provoke recognition. In short, learn from other people’s mistakes. In case you haven’t had a chance to visit our Blog lately, here’s a summary of some of our most popular posts:
- When HOA Dues Are Not Paid
- Shoot Your Ex – For Valentine’s Day!
- Squatters Due Diligence Required
- Thrown Under the HOA Bus
- How to Steal Houses from Dead People
- Who Owes the Commission? A trust or its trustee
PRACTICE POINTER: Don’t forget to take a deep breath, stretch your legs and realize it’s never really as bad as it may seem!
Drizin Law is providing this information for educational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice or a legal opinion as to any specific facts or circumstances. This information is based on general principles of Nevada law at the time it was created and you should be aware laws frequently change. Moreover, the laws affecting you may differ depending on the circumstances. You should consult with a qualified attorney in your own state or jurisdiction concerning your particular situation. Review of this information does not create an attorney-client relationship.