Nowadays, debt is almost an inevitable part of everyday life. Many young people start accruing debt when they attend college. In the years after that, many people also accumulate debt when they purchase a home of their own as they reach landmarks in their personal and professional lives.
Most business owners know that their location can play a considerable role in their business’s success. That is why business owners take time to evaluate several factors of the location, including the consumer demographics, the accessibility to this area and of course, the price.
The Great Recession had many negative impacts on individuals’ personal finances, the job market and especially the housing market between the years of 2007 and 2009. In the last decade, the national economy has slowly begun to grow and improve again.
Most people across Connecticut still remember the eminent domain dispute that resulted in the 2005 Supreme Court case of Kelo v. City of New London. It caught the attention of the entire nation when Susette Kelo’s property was seized by the city for public development.
It’s not the Grinch that is seeking to steal Christmas.
Real estate in Connecticut and nationally is a complex topic, being marked with both challenges and opportunities.
An experienced business law firm that offers full-fledged real estate services responds to widely varied client needs and concerns.
Creative and forward-looking Connecticut small business owners are always thinking of ways to grow their enterprises and ensure future profitability.
Connecticut real estate issues pose both challenges and opportunities for parties ranging broadly from homeowners to commercial developers. Relevant subject matter across a truly wide realm might readily come to mind for many readers of our business law blog at Berdon, Young & Margolis in New Haven.
You’re eyeing a home and surrounding yard that looks just perfect for your Connecticut family. Financing seems a certainty, and on attractive terms. You’ve got the requisite down payment.