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Renting Your House out Online? Better Check the Zoning Ordinance First

Property owners should take care to review local ordinances before listing their homes and apartments as vacation rentals online. Over the past few years, the use of websites like Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway, which allow users...more

Ground Leasing Commercial Property? Ask the Lender First

Financing ground leases has become an increasingly significant part of commercial real estate lending. However, ground tenants, as borrowers, and their attorneys often fail to include integral lender protections when...more

“Death by a Thousand Cuts” – Commercial Landlord Liable for Constructive Eviction Based on Cumulative Interference with Tenant’s...

In its recent decision, Sears, Roebuck & Co. v. 69th Street Retail Mall, L.P., 2015 WL 5778622, the Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the liability of a commercial landlord on a claim of constructive eviction based on the...more

Commercial Leasing Do’s and Don’ts

Commercial leases set out all of the rules and requirements that will govern a business relationship for a long period of time. Real property location and costs are significant elements of any successful business operation....more

Buyers Beware: Little Known Pittsburgh Building Code Ordinance Can Present Expensive Problems

Commercial property buyers, landlords and tenants should be aware that a little known City of Pittsburgh ordinance requires building owners to conduct periodic inspections of building façade exteriors in the City. Many...more

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