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Structural Failures and/or Collapses
Mold Liability and Management
Construction/Building Claims and Disputes
Bid Protests and Disputes
Construction Mediation
Construction Insurance Procurement and Negotiations
Contract Law
Property Law
Fair Housing Act
Eminent Domain
Landlord Tenant Law
Fair Housing Act
Covenants and Conditions

  Insurance Topics

Insurance Coverage and Disputes
Homeowner’s Insurance
Home Title Insurance

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Dual Agency
Real Estate Development
Real Estate Overview
Real Estate Transactions
Home Inspection
Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Broker
Zoning and Permits
Deed of Trust

  Finance Topics

Fannie Mae
Taxpayer Relief Act
Real Estate Investment
Real Estate Property Tax Planning and Appeal
Real Estate Finance
Fixed Rate Mortgages
Adjustable Rate Mortgage
Promissory Note
Mortgage Broker

Real Estate Overview NevadaReal estate refers to property that is immovable such as land, buildings, houses, etc. Even though there are a number of investment options available, real estate continues to be one of the best investments available to the average investor. Although there is no risk without reward in any investment scenario; real estate is a very dynamic market where transactions are taking place every single minute and property prices are fluctuating all of the time. But, in general, real estate has offered an excellent return on investment for those who have made a real estate investment in a market that was growing, which in turn typically drives up prices for real estate.

Real estate has typically been a good long term investment for many consumer investors as it has helped to generate billons of dollars in value over the last 50-100 years in the United States. It is one of the few investments that can also pay for itself – meaning a down payment can be made on home or office building and rents can be used to offset the monthly mortgage payments and/or in some cases pay in full for the mortgage payment.







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