Do eviction services sometimes make you feel stupid?

Here is a simple question. Do you feel stupid when you use eviction services? You will probably say no. This was not a trick question. Evacuation services are necessary in most cases. If you are a landlord and need to evict a tenant, then you need a legal reason to support you. Eviction is a […]

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Pennsylvania legal claims involving storm water on your property

In Pennsylvania, there is a surface water law found in legal case law. That is, a municipality or other owner is liable for damage to an adjoining owner if that first owner or municipality artificially diverts or funnels surface water (including stormwater) to that adjoining property. Even if there is no additional volume of water, […]

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Everything a real estate agent doesn’t want a home salesperson to know! Part 1

Thinking of selling your home this spring? If so, it can be beneficial to stop and think about some of the problems you face as a home salesperson. Planning to sell for sale by owner or list your home with a real estate company? Did you know that you can do both at the same […]

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Obtaining water damage bills from past insurance adjusters

One of the most frustrating things about water restoration is getting a call from the adjuster saying your bill is too high. During my more than 14 years in the water restoration business, I have received many calls from adjusters saying that my price is too high for this dehumidifier or this fan, etc. This […]

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How to calculate daily, weekly and monthly rent

It’s common for tenants to be faced with a myriad of different pricing metrics when searching for an apartment. Landlords, agencies, and sub-charts offer weekly, monthly, biweekly, and sometimes even daily rental prices. This is confused by the fact that rentals can be charged based on different time periods, such as monthly (per calendar month) […]

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