Real Estate Matters Podcast
Considerations for commercial tenant rent during COVID-19 with David Skinner
April 9, 2020
Because of the economic slowdown, some tenants are asking for rent concessions due to the shutdown, and that raises a few questions. An ideal solution will work out best for both ...
The Paycheck Protection Program
April 6, 2020
If your company is facing outstanding expenses as a result of COVID-19, assistance is available through the Payroll Protection Program (the “PPP”) recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President ...
Prestigious Cybersecurity Professional to Speak at both ALAres and ACREcom 2020
January 27, 2020
According to an FBI public service announcement, Business E-mail Compromise/E-mail Account Compromise victims in the real estate sector rose over 1100% between 2015-2017.
Opportunity Zone Update: New Guidelines Provide Clarity
November 20, 2018
Recently, the Trump administration released 74 pages of new proposed regulations for opportunity zones geared toward increasing tax-advantaged investments in low-income areas
Battle of the Liens – Lender vs. Builder!
November 12, 2018
The Alabama Supreme Court recently reached a controversial decision on whose lien takes priority – the Lender's mortgage or a builder's materialman lien –when a builder is not paid for his ...
Developers Face Additional Hurdle In Exercising Property Rights
Graffiti As Urban Blight Or Protected Street Art?
June 27, 2018
Moving forward, an issue for developers to consider will include what precautions must be taken if the project involves removing graffiti art.
Service Animals And Assistance Animals In Alabama – Landlords’ Requirement To Accommodate
May 1, 2018
Because of the confusion between state law and federal law regarding the definition of service animals, assistance animals, and what may be requested by a landlord that has a no-pets policy, ...
The Expansion of Landlords' Remedies under the Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act
April 11, 2018
The Amendment to the Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act clearly grants a landlord greater rights to terminate residential leases moving forward.