Utilities Investigation Is A Must In Real Estate Due Diligence 14:12, January 2, 2019

Category: Glenwood Springs Real Estate

In purchasing real estate an important part of the due diligence process is an investigation of the utilities that serve the property.  Such investigations (other than a careful review of monthly utility bills) are probably not necessary in the purchase of a condominium unit. The level of inquiry may go up for existing homes, apartments […]

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Ron Garfield, Managing Shareholder of Garfield & Hecht, P.C. published an article titled Phase I Environmental Site Assessments – Are they Enough, in The Colorado Lawyer April 2018 (Vol. 47 No. 4).  Transactional attorney and lenders often rely exclusively on a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) as part of their due diligence. However, this […]

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Advertising Your Furnished Home for Rent? The County Assessor May Come Knocking. If you offer a residential property for rent in Colorado, you should be aware that you may be assessed personal property taxes on household furnishings. Colorado’s county assessors are required by law to discover and assess taxable personal property in their respective locales. […]

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