Quoted By Credit.com

Photo by Sean MacEntee is licensed under CC 2.0.  I was recently quoted in Credit.com’s article, “Do Squatters Actually Have Rights?” You can read the entire article here. The article addresses the concept of squatters’ rights, the idea that someone can simply move into someone else’s—often abandoned—property and thereby acquire rights to Read more…

Construction Liens in Arkansas

Construction Worker Houston Texas 1 by Bill Jacobus is licensed under CC 2.0.  Contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers of construction materials face the ever-present threat that they will go uncompensated for their efforts. The nature of the industry often makes it difficult to receive payment in advance, and the improvements usually cannot be repossessed. Fortunately, Read more…

Buying Real Estate with Someone Else

House, Property, Real Estate For Sale Sign by Mark Moz for pallspera.com is licensed under CC 2.0. Whether for personal, business, or investment reasons, many people desire to purchase property with another person or partner. A joint purchase is particularly desirable where sharing the financial burdens associated with property ownership allows the parties to purchase a Read more…