Real Estate

Renting land for solar panels and lease agreements

Solar panels have been around for a long time, but recently Indiana has increased its focus on solar energy. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, 1,000 acres of solar panels will be in operation by 2024, with thousands more on the way. It is tempting for...

What is a solar easement agreement in Indiana?

While your property borders may look like a clean lot in an organized neighborhood, there are rules called easements that complicate that idea. The way you get commonly get power from the grid or natural gas from a utility company requires these easements for...

The most common real estate disputes

Purchasing real estate is more complicated than the average transaction. It requires contracts, inspections, financing and a great deal of knowledge you may not have. With all these factors involved, disputes happen. Usually, they involve something with the contract,...

What are some common real estate contingencies?

Buying a home is a major investment, so you want to rest assured the property you choose meets your expectations. One way to do so is through real estate contingencies, which are clauses that offer protection for certain conditions and circumstances. Contingencies...

How does Indiana law affect selling a home “as is?”

Indiana’s Residential Real Estate Disclosure Law requires property owners to complete a disclosure form. As noted on the IN.gov website, a disclosure form provides information about a home’s condition. Buyers considering making a purchase offer on a home listed “as...

How can you get your house ready for a show?

When selling your house, you can feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of details you need to keep an eye on. Even with the aid of a professional real estate agent at your side, you will have a lot to keep track of. The smallest of improvements may potentially increase...

How can you avoid adverse possession of your land?

As a farmer, you own a lot of lands, much of which you probably do not access on a daily, weekly or even monthly basis. You may also own parts of wooded land, which is more difficult for you to keep an eye on. It is property likes yours that squatters target. If you...

Picking a good time to list your home

Picking a good time to list your home in Indiana can make a considerable difference in your ability to sell. Strategizing the best time to sell may take some of the uncertainty out of selling and help you prepare for your move. Depending on your urgency to move, you...