How a Real Estate Disclosure Statement Informs About Potential Natural Disaster Locations on the Property

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According to common laws and statutes, anyone selling real estate has a legal obligation to disclose all information that is relevant to a property’s value. Such a legal duty requires that real estate sellers inspect the property for any physical defects and other surrounding problems. Potential buyers must have access to documentation that provides information about whether a property for sale is within a radius of a zone that is deemed hazardous. Continue reading

How Zoning Affects Your Retail Business

Starting your own new business in Palm Springs can be quite an experience, but before you do, make sure that you have checked into the zoning laws for your desired location. Learning about the zoning ordinances for the area in which you want to locate your business is an essential first step to success. Continue reading

Zoning is handled by an ordinance by the county or city with the state-enabling act providing the authority. Communities are divided into zones or districts using the advice of a planning commission. General schemes are used to divide a community with types that include residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial. Among these types, there are varying densities and intensities that are established by district regulations. Here’s some overview information to reduce overwhelm before you open your business. Continue reading

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