Real property – Talktalk China http://talktalkchina.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 01:34:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://talktalkchina.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-2-120x120.png Real property – Talktalk China http://talktalkchina.com/ 32 32 District of Columbia tax changes take effect Oct. 1 for real estate, personal income and franchise taxes https://talktalkchina.com/district-of-columbia-tax-changes-take-effect-oct-1-for-real-estate-personal-income-and-franchise-taxes/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 01:34:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/district-of-columbia-tax-changes-take-effect-oct-1-for-real-estate-personal-income-and-franchise-taxes/ The District of Columbia’s Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers, tax professionals, software vendors, businesses and others of the tax changes that were enacted into the Budget Support Act of 2022 emergency for fiscal year 2023. These tax changes will come into effect on October 1, 2022, unless otherwise indicated, for the following […]]]>

The District of Columbia’s Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) reminds taxpayers, tax professionals, software vendors, businesses and others of the tax changes that were enacted into the Budget Support Act of 2022 emergency for fiscal year 2023.

These tax changes will come into effect on October 1, 2022, unless otherwise indicated, for the following types of taxes:

Real estate:

  • The Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Property Tax Increase Limit Act, 2022: The Senior Citizens Assessment Cap Credit limits taxable assessment increase to 2%, effective TY 2023 (current taxable assessment increase limit is 5%). The increase in the amount of the benefit will be reflected from the property tax bill of the first semester TY 2023. This is automatic for elderly/disabled people who already benefit from the tax benefit.
  • Disabled Veterans Homesteads Amendment Act 2022: A homestead deduction of $445,000 (deducted from assessed value) has been established for individual property owners who have a total and permanent disability resulting from a service-related condition or who are paid at the disability level 100% due to unemployability. Benefit is subject to household income threshold for Elderly/Disability Tax Relief, currently $139,900 for TY 2022. Veteran must have certification of eligibility from DC Veterans Affairs.
  • Inner City Housing Tax Abatement Act 2022: Tax allowances have been introduced for certain buildings undergoing a change of use to provide at least ten dwellings. For each qualifying property, property tax will be reduced by an annual amount per residential square foot for up to 20 years, subject to total annual program caps.

Individual income:

  • District Income Tax Credit (EITC): For the 2022 tax year, the DC EITC percentage has been increased to 70% of the Federal EIC. People with eligible children receiving the DC EITC will be paid differently than in the past. Taxpayers will receive a refund equal to 40% of their federal EIC as usual after their return has been processed. However, the additional 30% of the EITC DC will be paid in monthly installments over the 11 months in accordance with district law.

In addition, certain district residents who are not citizens or resident aliens of the United States and who are not eligible for the federal earned income tax credit will be eligible for a district EIC beginning in the year of taxation 2023.

  • New District of Columbia Tax Rate Schedule: For the 2022 tax year, the DC income tax rate schedule is:
No more than $10,000 4% of taxable income
More than $10,000 but not more than $40,000 $400 plus 6% of excess over $10,000
More than $40,000 but not more than $60,000 $2,200 plus 6.5% of excess over $40,000
More than $60,000 but not more than $250,000 $3,500 plus 8.5% of excess over $60,000
More than $250,000 but not more than $500,000 $19,650 plus 9.25% of excess over $250,000
More than $500,000 but not more than $1,000,000 $42,775 plus 9.75% of excess over $500,000
Over $1,000,000 $91,525 plus 10.75% of excess over $1 million

Corporate Franchise and Unincorporated Business:

  • cigarettes: The fixed tax remains at $4.50 per pack of 20 cigarettes. However, the surtax increases from $0.51 to $0.52 per pack of 20 cigarettes. Therefore, the combined excise tax on cigarettes per pack of 20 cigarettes is $5.02.
    OTR will not administer a tax floor as part of this cigarette tax increase, and the cigarette stamps currently in use will not change when the tax increases on October 1. Cigarette stamps purchased on or after October 1 will be sold at the new tax. assess.
  • Other Tobacco: The tax rate on other tobacco products is reduced from 80% of wholesale sales of other tobacco products to 79% of wholesale sales of other tobacco products. In addition, the price for little cigars remains at $0.2510 per little cigar.
  • Fuel tax: The fuel surtax is increased from $0.103 to $0.107 per gallon on the sale of gasoline, gasohol and other automotive fuels. This surtax is in addition to the $0.235 tax on the sale of gasoline, gasoline-alcohol and other fuels for motor vehicles.

The following sources of income will be excluded from the district’s gross income calculation (retroactive to January 1, 2022, when Congress’s review period of the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Support Act of 2022 expires) :

  • Washington Convention and Sports Authority cash assistance grants to excluded workers (extended to tax year ending December 31, 2023 only).
  • The following subsidies granted by the deputy mayor in charge of planning and economic development:
    • Grants to Housing Providers Granted Under DC Code § 1-328.04(w); and
    • Central Business District grants awarded under DC Code § 1-328.04(x).
  • The following grants awarded by the Ministry of Energy and Environment:
    • Funding received through the Solar for All program established by DC Code § 8-1774.16; and
    • Sustainable Energy Trust Fund grants awarded pursuant to DC Code § 8-1774.10(c)(22).
  • Rebates issued by the mayor as part of the incentive program for automated external defibrillators.
  • Lump sum payments received by individuals from the Early Educator Pay Equity Program pursuant to DC Code § 1-325.431(c)(1A).

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Deadline to apply for property tax exemptions is September 30 : Kauai Now : Kauai News & Information https://talktalkchina.com/deadline-to-apply-for-property-tax-exemptions-is-september-30-kauai-now-kauai-news-information/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 19:11:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/deadline-to-apply-for-property-tax-exemptions-is-september-30-kauai-now-kauai-news-information/ Kaua’i County reminds the public that the deadline to file the next 2023 property tax exemptions is September 30. If you are a principal resident of Kaua’i and do not currently qualify for a housing exemption or related tax credit, you may be eligible to file a claim to reduce property taxes on your home. […]]]>

Kaua’i County reminds the public that the deadline to file the next 2023 property tax exemptions is September 30.

If you are a principal resident of Kaua’i and do not currently qualify for a housing exemption or related tax credit, you may be eligible to file a claim to reduce property taxes on your home. . To benefit from a housing exemption:

  • You must occupy your dwelling as your principal residence for more than 270 days
  • Provide a 2021 Hawaii State Income Tax Return for Full-Time Residency (Form N-11)
  • Driver’s license or Hawai’i ID card
  • Do not claim your primary residence elsewhere

Other exemptions include: totally disabled veterans; visually or hearing impaired people; totally disabled people; charitable organizations; housing for low and middle income people; owners with qualifying vaults; kuleana landowners; and an additional homeowner’s income-related housing exemption.

Tax credits include the Housing Preservation Tax Limit and the Low Income Tax Credit.

The Affordable Long-Term Rental Program provides the “Homestead” tax class, the lowest tax rate, for licensed landlords who rent their properties at or below 90% of Kaua’s median household income. i, as outlined in the Kaua’i County Housing Agency’s Affordable Rental Housing Directive. If you have any questions regarding the continuing status of a multi-year lease, we strongly encourage you to contact the Real Estate Assessment Office or file by September 30.

The Long-Term Lease Application for Investor Residential Property Reclassification provides a lower tax rate for landlords with a property value of $1.3 million or more. To qualify, a landlord must file the application and provide current long-term rental agreements for all residential units on the parcel.

Failure to notify the assessor of any change in current tax relief status subjects the property to back taxes and a civil penalty for each year the change is not reported.

Tax exemption or credit forms are available at 4444 Rice St., Suite 454, Līhu’e, Hawai’i, 96766, or online at www.kauaipropertytax.com. Some forms can also be submitted online at https://connect.kauai.gov.

For more information, call 808-241-4224.

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Time to File Ohio Property Tax Complaints for the 2021 Tax Year https://talktalkchina.com/time-to-file-ohio-property-tax-complaints-for-the-2021-tax-year/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 18:34:58 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/time-to-file-ohio-property-tax-complaints-for-the-2021-tax-year/ The State of Ohio requires counties to reevaluate property tax values ​​every six years. In the meantime, counties are required to update values ​​midway through this cycle. This cycle is not evenly distributed among Ohio’s 88 counties. For the 2021 tax year, four of Ohio’s counties were required to complete a full reassessment and 19 […]]]>

The State of Ohio requires counties to reevaluate property tax values ​​every six years. In the meantime, counties are required to update values ​​midway through this cycle. This cycle is not evenly distributed among Ohio’s 88 counties. For the 2021 tax year, four of Ohio’s counties were required to complete a full reassessment and 19 other counties performed a value update. Values ​​for the 2021 tax year have a valuation date of January 1, 2021 and serve as the basis for property tax bills paid in 2022.

It can be difficult for counties to fully understand the specific challenges facing a particular property or type of property. While counties can generally understand market trends, often the mass appraisal process overlooks key factors in valuing a single market segment or property. It is essential for owners to be proactive and examine any changes in value and determine how potential changes affect property tax expenses.

Property taxes are often the largest non-productive expense incurred by property owners, and proactive management of this expense can result in increased profitability. Now is the time to review your tax assessments to ensure that each property is valued appropriately and that you are paying your fair share, and only your fair share, of the property tax burden. All complaints must be filed by March 31, 2022 to dispute property tax assessments for the 2021 tax year.

Although property tax values ​​may be challenged in any county for the 2021 tax year, the following counties are those required to reassess or update tax values ​​effective January 1 2021:

Reassessment counties Update counties

Allen

Coshocton

Guernsey

Sandusky

Vinton

Belmont

Brown

Crawford

Cuyahoga

Erie

fayette

mountains

Huron

Jefferson

Lake

Lorain

Lucas

Morgan

Muskingum

Ottawa

Carrying

Rigid

Warren

williams

Vorys has significant experience analyzing property tax assessments and securing property tax savings for Ohio and nationwide property owners. To discuss an analysis of value opinions assigned by your county auditor, please contact us for a free review.

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Henderson Board lowers property tax rate, passes first reading of new entertainment district https://talktalkchina.com/henderson-board-lowers-property-tax-rate-passes-first-reading-of-new-entertainment-district/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 00:42:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/henderson-board-lowers-property-tax-rate-passes-first-reading-of-new-entertainment-district/ HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) – The Henderson City Council of Commissioners met on Tuesday and discussed a variety of topics. Among them, the council finalized its ad valorem tax rates, lowering the real estate rate by 3% to 47.5 cents per $100 of assessed value, from 49 cents. The personal property rate and the motor vehicle/watercraft […]]]>

HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) – The Henderson City Council of Commissioners met on Tuesday and discussed a variety of topics.

Among them, the council finalized its ad valorem tax rates, lowering the real estate rate by 3% to 47.5 cents per $100 of assessed value, from 49 cents.

The personal property rate and the motor vehicle/watercraft rate remained unchanged at 73 cents per $100 and 39.27 cents per $100, respectively.

The 2022 tax bill will be due in full by January 4, 2023. Payment by end of business day November 15, 2022 will result in a 1% discount.

Commissioners also passed first reading an ordinance to establish the Sunset District in downtown Henderson following a presentation by City Attorney Dawn S. Kelsey on what will be required to establish and maintain the entertainment destination district.

The District will generally permit alcoholic beverages to be present in the public right-of-way within its boundaries during designated special events.

Also at the meeting, the committee:

— Ordinances finalized accepting roadway improvements (streets, curbs and gutters) at Canoe Creek II, Section 2, and River’s Edge, Section 1.

-Orders finalized amending the compensation plan and budget to allow for a shift differential at 911 Emergency Communications and reclassifying the Chief Engineer of Henderson Water Utility to a contract position.

— Passing first reading of ordinances accepting public way improvements (sidewalks) at Canoe Creek II, Section 2, amending provisions for accessory buildings and adding a new zoning area called Residential Subdivided Manufactured Home District (R- SMH).

–Approved a Municipal Mortgage and Rent Assignment Ordinance for Cliff Hagan Boys and Girls Club Great Futures with Field and Main Bank, for which the City is named as a third party.

–Heard a year-long progress report on the Nu-Works program to revitalize the East End neighborhood.

–Approved the reappointment of Darlene Marshall-Ware to the Henderson-Henderson County Human Rights Commission.

–Upon a consent agenda, adopted a set of minutes, authorized participation in the Kentucky Waste Reduction Program, and authorized an Airport Improvement Program grant application for Henderson Airport City-County.

The date of the next regular meeting of the Council of Commissioners is Tuesday, September 27 at 3:00 p.m. It will be held in the third floor meeting room of the Henderson Civic Center.

There will be a work session on Tuesday, September 20 at 3:00 p.m. to assess sanitation services and operation, as well as a special meeting.

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Land Use, Zoning, Real Estate and Eminent Domain https://talktalkchina.com/land-use-zoning-real-estate-and-eminent-domain/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 10:41:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/land-use-zoning-real-estate-and-eminent-domain/ Recognized by United States Rooms like a “go to practice” for land use, zoning and eminent domain matters, we regularly represent clients in matters relating to the conviction and power of eminent domain and help them navigate the full range of zoning and eminent domain issues. of land use. Our real estate litigators represent landlords, […]]]>

Recognized by United States Rooms like a “go to practice” for land use, zoning and eminent domain matters, we regularly represent clients in matters relating to the conviction and power of eminent domain and help them navigate the full range of zoning and eminent domain issues. of land use.

Our real estate litigators represent landlords, developers, landlords, tenants, buyers, sellers, lenders, and other interested parties in a wide variety of real estate disputes across the United States. We are experienced in complex multi-party litigation and are equipped to deal with these matters in court, administrative agencies or through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods. We have significant experience in resolving a variety of issues such as development disputes, zoning and building regulations, land use disputes, title insurance claims and defense, eminent domain, construction defects, mechanics lien disputes, lease and purchase agreement disputes. Our practice also includes advising clients on resolving zoning and title defect issues, resolving environmental issues, conducting 1031 exchanges, and structuring conventional and synthetic leases.

Land use, zoning and real estate

We represent buyers, sellers, developers, landlords, tenants and landlords in a wide variety of real estate disputes throughout the State of Ohio. We regularly represent clients litigating land use issues, in state and federal courts, in addition to appearing before city councils, zoning appeal boards, planning and zoning commissions and other administrative bodies of political subdivisions on land use issues. Our lawyers have been instrumental in advising trade associations and other clients on legislative issues affecting land use rights.

We often represent clients in matters relating to zoning, building regulations, land use and land use planning, including obtaining approval for industrial and commercial projects, residential subdivisions and planned developments . In this area, we regularly help our clients navigate the process of annexing property to municipalities. Our attorneys also have extensive experience assisting clients with the various types of government permitting processes that are critical to the success of land development projects.

Our lawyers regularly represent landowners and political subdivisions on land use issues that may lead to litigation, including:

  • Annexations
  • Ratings
  • Tax assessments
  • Adversary possession
  • Zoning
  • Administrative remedies
  • Civil Rights Actions Based on Denial of Property Rights
  • Constitutional Challenges to Zoning Bylaws, Detachments, Waivers and Special Use Permits
  • Referendums and citizens’ initiatives
  • Prior Non-Compliant Uses
  • Reverse conviction
  • Claims under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act 2000 (RLUIPA)

Lease disputes

When rental disputes arise, we evaluate opportunities to develop “win-win” solutions to control costs using a range of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods and potential settlement agreements that advance the commercial and litigation objectives of our clients. When clients decide to dispute or defend claims in court, our national team of litigation attorneys represent our clients to achieve favorable results in court.

Our nationwide leasing experience has involved many categories of office, retail, commercial and industrial landlords and tenants in a variety of leasing issues. Our tenant clients include all types of commercial and retail property owners, as well as commercial, office and industrial space tenants. Vorys acts as national leasing counsel to many retailers, providing the background and context necessary to understand the legal and business issues related to each client’s real estate portfolio.

Eminent Domain

Our firm regularly represents private property owners on matters relating to conviction and the government’s power to “take” private property through the eminent domain process. Our attorneys have argued prominent estate cases involving public authorities at the municipal, county, state, and federal levels, throughout Ohio and in other states, on behalf of businesses, developers, and landowners individual. Learn more here.

Agriculture

Vorys has significant experience representing farmers in cases across the state when the government uses its power to pass farmland into eminent domain related to road, flood, pipeline and easement projects. public services. Our team understands government tactics at the municipal, county, state and federal levels and knows exactly what to expect. Learn more here.

Construction

Our construction lawyers help resolve construction claims effectively and efficiently. Whether through litigation, arbitration, or other means of dispute resolution, we work closely with our clients and experts, as appropriate, to quickly identify issues and strategies, and to manage claims and dispute resolution costs.

We represent clients across the spectrum of the construction industry, including owners, developers, architects, engineers, public and private contracting authorities, financial institutions, contractors and material suppliers. Our experience allows us to ensure clients have a full understanding of all legal aspects of the construction and dispute resolution process, including planning, land acquisition and zoning, design and engineering, financing and insurance, taxes, tendering and negotiation, project delivery methods, scheduling and coordination. Learn more here.

Cannabis, Hemp and CBD

We have a wealth of knowledge regarding zoning considerations and compliance issues related to Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program applications, including location restrictions. We’ve also helped dispensaries, processors and growers with local zoning issues and won approvals in the face of local opposition. Plus, we help solve land-use planning, permitting and environmental zoning issues. Learn more here.

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Property Tax Alert | Farrell Fritz, PC https://talktalkchina.com/property-tax-alert-farrell-fritz-pc/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 21:47:18 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/property-tax-alert-farrell-fritz-pc/ Business phasesAny increase in commercial assessment not related to new construction must be staggered over the next 5 years at the rate of 20% per year. As we enter the 3rd year since the 2020/21 countywide reassessment, a reminder, that if your assessed value this year (2022/23) is greater than your assessed value for 2019/20, […]]]>

Business phases
Any increase in commercial assessment not related to new construction must be staggered over the next 5 years at the rate of 20% per year. As we enter the 3rd year since the 2020/21 countywide reassessment, a reminder, that if your assessed value this year (2022/23) is greater than your assessed value for 2019/20, 2020/21 or 2021/22, you should check your tax bills to make sure your 2022/23 assessed value is less than the total 2022/23 assessed value.

Gradual implementation of residential TPP
The intent of the “Taxpayer Protection Plan (TPP)” program included in the 2020/21 countywide reassessment was to help homeowners facing large assessment increases by gradually increasing taxes over five years. . The unfortunate byproduct of the TPP has been smaller tax cuts for those who received an assessment reduction. As the TPP benefits that began in 2020/21 continue to run out, homeowners with large assessment increases (from 2019/20 to 2020/21) will most likely see large tax increases in 2022/23 (TPP – year 3). Even if a reduction in assessment does not completely halt a tax increase due to the phasing in of the TPP, it can still lessen its impact.

HIEX – The Home Improvement Exemption
Beginning with the 2021/22 tax year in Nassau County, a new law has been passed providing for an 8-year phase-in of taxes for newly constructed homes (HIEX). The exemption applies to a maximum of $750,000 of a home’s total market value and gives owners of new homes the option to spread their first appraisal over an eight-year period, and owners with renovations important to gradually increase the valuation over the same period.

Court of Appeal reaffirms the right of non-property commercial tenants to challenge property tax assessments
In DCH Auto v. Town of Mamaroneck, et al., New York State’s highest court reinstated the generally accepted principle that a tenant obligated to pay property tax under a net lease has the right to challenge assessments placed on the leased property. property even if it leases, not owns, the property. Commercial landlords should ensure their leases clearly state which party has the right to file, and tenants should review their lease to ensure they are allowed to dispute property tax assessments.

You can always upgrade from a non-rising star
If your income is greater than $250,000 and less than or equal to $500,000 and you are currently on the basic STAR exemption, you will now automatically receive a check for STAR credit instead of a discount on your bill. school taxes. No need to change.

If your income is $250,000 or less and you currently qualify for the STAR exemption, you can choose to enroll in STAR credit to receive a check instead; you may receive a greater benefit and your savings will never be less than the STAR exemption benefit. The value of STAR credit savings can increase up to 2% each year, but the value of STAR exemption savings cannot increase. For 2021, the STAR credit was between 2% and 6% higher than the STAR exemption.

A word of warning, if your bank is paying your taxes through mortgage escrow, the initial change will create an escrow deficit. Your tax bills will increase by the amount of the STAR, but you will receive a check from New York State for that amount.

To upgrade to STAR credit, click here.

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Reminder: Property Tax Exemption Deadline Approaches: Kauai Now : Kauai News & Information https://talktalkchina.com/reminder-property-tax-exemption-deadline-approaches-kauai-now-kauai-news-information/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 17:30:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/reminder-property-tax-exemption-deadline-approaches-kauai-now-kauai-news-information/ The county reminds the public that the deadline to file the next property tax exemptions for 2023 is September 30. Kaua’i principal residents who do not currently qualify for a related tax exemption or credit may be eligible to file for a property tax reduction on their home. To qualify for a domicile exemption, a […]]]>

The county reminds the public that the deadline to file the next property tax exemptions for 2023 is September 30.

Kaua’i principal residents who do not currently qualify for a related tax exemption or credit may be eligible to file for a property tax reduction on their home. To qualify for a domicile exemption, a resident must occupy their property as their principal residence for more than 270 days and provide a 2021 full-time resident state tax return, Hawaiian driver’s license, or state-issued ID and not claiming primary residence. somewhere else.

Other exemptions include totally disabled veterans, visually or hearing impaired, and totally disabled, charities, low and moderate income housing, landlords with eligible safe rooms, kuleana landowners, and an exemption from additional accommodation linked to the income of the owner-occupiers. Tax credits include the Housing Preservation Tax Limit and the Low Income Tax Credit.

The Affordable Long-Term Rental Program provides the property tax class, lowest tax rate, for approved landlords who rent their properties at or below 90% of Kaua’s median household income. i, as listed in the County Housing Agency Affordable Rental Housing. guideline. If there are any questions regarding the continuing status of a multi-year lease, residents are encouraged to contact the county’s real estate assessment office or file by Sept. 30.

The Residential Investor Property Reclassification Long-Term Lease Application provides the lower tax rate for landlords with a property value of $1.3 million or more. To qualify, a landlord is required to file the application and provide current long-term rental agreements for all residential units on the plot.

Failure to notify the assessor of any change in current tax relief status subjects a property to back taxes and a civil penalty for each year the change is not reported.

Tax exemption or credit forms are available at 4444 Rice St., Suite 454, in Līhu’e or online. Some forms are also available for online submission here.

For more information, call 808-241-4224.

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NATURE OF REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW https://talktalkchina.com/nature-of-real-estate-ownership-all-you-need-to-know/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/nature-of-real-estate-ownership-all-you-need-to-know/ NATURE OF REAL ESTATE Real estate constitutes an important part of the wealth of companies and individuals. As a result, the role of the corporate property manager has become critically important within the business. The property manager must be aware not only of the value of land for purchase and sale, but also of the […]]]>

NATURE OF REAL ESTATE

Real estate constitutes an important part of the wealth of companies and individuals. As a result, the role of the corporate property manager has become critically important within the business. The property manager must be aware not only of the value of land for purchase and sale, but also of the proper negotiation of leases, tax policies and assessments, zoning and land use planning, and environmental laws.

Real property, also known as immovable property or immovable property, consists of any specified portion of land and anything permanently built on or under it. These are natural resources and/or man-made structures that include items above or below ground. Legally, owning a property requires all the rights transferred from the seller to the buyer when selling a property. Usually these rights control the use, transfer and/or sale of real property. These real estate rights include the rights of possession, exclusion, control, enjoyment and disposition.

Different forms of ownership, recognized by law, further describe the property rights associated with owning land. The form of ownership depends on the terms of the lease, bond, will, land grant and/or bill of sale from which the property was issued.

The real estate market is part of the general market. But dying to the following peculiarities of the real estate market, there is the gap between the relative return of investment in the corresponding markets:

Real estate can only be divided into small uniform sizes to a certain extent and potential buyers will either have to accept the sizes made available or leave the market. Thus, the number of potential buyers of a property will be inversely proportional to the amount of investment in the property. Thus, a large amount will be required for the purchase of a property compared to other properties. Therefore, potential buyers will usually need to raise substantial sums to achieve their ambitions.

There is no central market for real estate and transactions are usually done in private meetings, usually through real estate brokers or agents. In most cases, the price at which bargains are struck is known only to the buyer and seller. Therefore, there are chances of having different returns on similar real estate in different parts of the town or city. The absence of a central market for real estate leads to inadequate information and imperfect knowledge of potential investors in real estate. Thus, the real estate market is an imperfect market.

The purchase of real estate involves the transfer of the rights attached to it and therefore qualified solicitors will need to be appointed to invest in the title of the real estate and issue the necessary clearance certificate. Thus, the process of establishing proof of ownership is sometimes expensive, difficult and time-consuming.

Many properties have multiple interests that exist in them and each of these interests is capable of being transferred. Mere possession of a property may not indicate its ownership as it is not possible to transport a property from one place to another

Studying the legal history of the property concerned reveals the complexities involved and while in theory it seems possible to complete property transactions within days, but in practice this rarely happens due to the lack of ideal circumstances in any case. The transfer period in case of properties can stretch for weeks, months or even years. Section 55 of the Conveyancing Act 1882 deals with the law on the rights and responsibilities of the buyer and seller of immovable property.

The real estate market is significantly affected by various government actions specific to real estate such as the Town Planning Act, the Rent Limitation Act, etc. Such legislative measures have a considerable effect on the income and the value of the property.

To reduce the speculative nature of immovable property in urban areas, the Urban Land (Ceilings Regulations) Act 1976 was passed by the government and under this act the limit was set on the ownership of the urban area. Surplus land will be turned over to the government for the use of the weaker sections of society. The government can also put pressure on the real estate market through its tax policy, investment policy, bank rates, etc.

Each property will have its own characteristics and characteristics due to the heterogeneous nature of the property. It therefore becomes difficult to compare even two seemingly similar properties. This is probably the main feature of interest for the property.

If a row of identical houses is built, each house is located on a separate location. Similarly, in the case of multi-storey residential apartments or shopping malls, the original construction features may be the same. But as soon as the places are occupied, the owners can make certain additions, alternations or modifications according to their habits. Such a small difference may not be relevant in terms of the market, but in some cases it results in a considerable difference in the market values ​​of two seemingly similar properties.

In general, the factors that influence the investment market also influence the real estate market. Therefore, if there is a trend of increasing yield in the general investment market, the same will also be reflected in the real estate market. It is only in exceptional circumstances that real estate market returns can be seen to move in the opposite direction to investment market returns. For example, if the government increases the interest rate and the investors are of the opinion that such an increase in the interest rate will lead to a commercial depression, it is likely that they will divert their supply funds to l purchase of real estate. .

It is a fact that real estate always has a tangible asset behind it and hence investors would be pleased to get a return on their excess funds in the form of rent. In such cases, the demand for real estate will increase and as a result, their prices will rise and yields will fall.

It should further be noted that the real estate market is so small compared to the general investment market that changing conditions in the real estate market will have a virtually negligible effect on the general investment market.

The property may belong concurrently to several co-owners and the share of each co-owner may be equal or unequal. At the same time, the share of each co-owner can either be divided with specific physical limits or undivided. It is generally accepted that condominium property is less attractive to potential investors than freehold property. It is therefore necessary to provide for a deduction percentage, varying according to the number of co-owners, in the final value of the property. The higher the number of co-owners, the higher the percentage of deduction for co-ownership.

In almost all cases, it will be necessary to employ an engineer or surveyor to ascertain the physical characteristics of the property. This will increase the cost of carrying real estate compared to other forms of investment.

Ownership normally lasts for many years. Therefore, compared to many other goods, property is durable. It is also found that in most cases, when the property deteriorates, the rate of appreciation of the land value on which it is based exceeds the rate of deterioration of the property. Therefore, the end result is that, although the building has deteriorated, the overall value of the land and the building remains the same, and in many cases increases over time. So, compared to other ways of investing, real estate offers good security for money over a long period of time.

Source of income:

Property can become a source of income. A person saves money and with the help of these savings he buys the property. If he rents the good, the rent he receives is the result and the reward of the original saving or of his action of sacrificing immediate consumption. Thus, real estate proves to be an attractive mode of investment for those who wish to save and constitute a source of regular income.

An estate is an interest in real property. Estates are of several types, but a generic difference is between estates of ownership and estates of possession. Fee simple estates and life estates are property estates, while leasehold interests are possessory. Among property domains, the main division is between current domains and future domains. The owner of a future domain has an interest that can be bought and sold and will mature into current possession at the end of a period of time, at the end of another’s life, or with the occurrence of a contingent event.

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Jim Valentine: The Seller’s Real Estate Disclosure Form https://talktalkchina.com/jim-valentine-the-sellers-real-estate-disclosure-form/ Sat, 20 Aug 2022 15:30:26 +0000 https://talktalkchina.com/jim-valentine-the-sellers-real-estate-disclosure-form/ Jim Valentine on real estate By Jim Valentine Saturday August 20, 2022 Beginning with the implementation of the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Act in January 1996, sellers were required to complete the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Form in connection with the sale of residential real estate in Nevada. The form is quite detailed and even […]]]>

Jim Valentine on real estate

Beginning with the implementation of the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Act in January 1996, sellers were required to complete the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Form in connection with the sale of residential real estate in Nevada. The form is quite detailed and even contains two pages of fine print of Nevada law on the matter. The form and its completed contents can have far-reaching consequences, but are often granted only a glance or cursory thought by buyers and sellers. There are some things to know about the form.
The first is a recent change that states that “a seller’s agent should not complete a residential property disclosure form on behalf of the seller.” Very often, sellers ask agents how to fill out the form, but they are not allowed to help them. There are, however, a few questions that inevitably trip up sellers and require clarification from agents. Point 14 on page 2 talks about SNWA. It’s the Southern Nevada Water Authority, and it’s unknown to most people in Northern Nevada. It does not apply in the North. Article 17 is another article more prevalent in the South, it deals with private transfer fee obligations. To our knowledge this was not done in the North, but they were common in the South and the state deemed them illegal.
An ADA-compliant version of the document can be obtained from Nevada ADA Assistance. A buyer cannot waive the obligation to provide the form and a seller cannot require a buyer to waive the form. It is important to remember that the declaration is a disclosure of condition and information regarding the property known to the seller which materially affects the value of the property. Seller’s qualifications for disclosure are qualified and confirm that the statement is not a warranty of any kind by Seller or agent. It further states that the disclosure form does not replace any inspections or warranties that the buyer may wish to obtain.
Above the first array of checkboxes is the question: “Are you aware of any issues and/or defects with any of the following:” As this is not a warranty, this is particularly important. Sellers should not inspect or search for things, the question just asks if they are aware of any issues or defects. Most buyers employ trained, licensed and bonded inspectors for the task of finding such physical problems from the perspective of a disinterested third party. The seller is just sharing what they know, and most haven’t been under their house in years, if ever, and don’t really know what’s going on. Get an inspection from a licensed inspector.
Most contracts now require the form to be returned with the accepted offer, or within five days of acceptance. If any other defect comes to Seller’s attention, it must be reported to Buyer, but if Seller is unaware of a defect, Seller cannot and is under no obligation to disclose it. There are time constraints within which a buyer must object to the defects disclosed and, if the buyer wishes to terminate the agreement as provided by law following the disclosure of the defects, the termination must be in writing , notarized and delivered as required by law.
If a Seller relies on any officer or employee of the State or any political subdivision of the State in the ordinary course of his or her duties, or on any contractor, engineer, land surveyor, certified inspector or a pesticide applicator, he is not liable for damages.
A seller who does not disclose what later turned out to be something he knew can be subject to treble damages, having to pay three times the damages suffered by the buyer. It’s the buyer’s option to judge how the disclosed information ultimately affects them, so don’t withhold anything that might affect them even if it doesn’t affect you. It’s their choice, not yours. Don’t kill it in committee, reveal it.
If in doubt, disclose. Still. When it comes to choosing professionals to help you with your real estate needs… experience is priceless! Jim Valentine, RE/MAX Realty Affiliates, BS.3481, 775-781-3704. dpwtigers@hotmail.com

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