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Land and anything fixed, immovable, or permanently attached to it such as appurtenances, buildings, fences, fixtures, improvements, roads, shrubs and trees (but ...
The systematic use of scientific and technical knowledge to meet specific objectives or requirements. // An extension of the theoretical or practical aspects of ...
A legal agreement that conveys the conditional right of ownership on an asset or property by its owner (the mortgagor) to a lender (the mortgagee) as security ...
tenant improvements (TI)
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Lease vs. Rent
When purchasing something is not quite possible (or desired) the option for many individuals and companies comes down to leasing or renting. While both have similarities, getting access to an asset for a limited period, there are significant ...
Capital Lease vs. Operating Lease
While leasing may seem like a relatively straight forward process, the accounting and tax treatment of leases can vary greatly depending on if a lease is considered to be capital or operating in nature. This article will help you understand the ...
Deed of Trust vs. Mortgage
When buying a home most of us don't have the cash immediately available to simply buy the home outright, which results in the need for home loans. In order to secure a home loan lenders require the home to be put up as security, and the most common ...
Incidence vs. Prevalence
How to Make Money in Real Estate
People make money in real estate in various ways depending on what their interests and skills are that can help add value to a real estate purchase. Many methods of making money in the property market have proven successful, although some are more ...
How to Buy Commercial Real Estate
If you already understand the risks involved when you buy commercial real estate, then several important factors should be taken into account when investing either your or your company's money into a commercial property. The following sections ...
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