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As the housing market becomes a little less competitive, buyers might get pickier when it comes to the conditions of the homes they’re purchasing, and one big legal problem could cost home sellers tens of thousands of dollars. If sellers are dishonest about major problems with their home, it could come back to bite them. […]

A critical investment tool which has been central to the rebuilding of our American economy – especially in diverse communities – is at serious risk as a provision in the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan is under consideration in Washington, DC.  The proposed cap on 1031 exchanges at $500,000 included in the plan is shortsighted and counterproductive. […]

Disputes between landlords and tenants over the condition of the property can get ugly quickly. If you only hear the landlord’s side of the story, you get the impression that the tenant stopped paying rent and started making all kinds of unreasonable demands. If you only hear the tenant’s side, the landlord left the apartment […]

Attorney Eric L. Nesbitt was recently interviewed by FOX31 Problem Solvers about what obligations landlords have to provide a level of security as we see crime on the rise as warmer months approach. DENVER (KDVR) — The Denver Police Department tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers crime tends to increase during the warm weather months.  The […]

There are several situations in which a property seller may enter into two separate sales contracts at the same time. It is important to understand why a seller would do this and what rights both sellers and buyers have in these scenarios. With the help of an experienced real estate lawyer, most sellers and buyers […]

Cold temperatures can cause a range of problems for those who rent homes and apartments. If your heat goes out, or a pipe bursts, what do you do? It can be tempting to just withhold rent from a landlord that isn’t making needed repairs, but legal experts say that’s the last thing you should do unless […]

When commiting to a commercial real estate transaction, you want to make sure that all the disclosures are accurate. Disclosures are statements or affirmations regarding the state of the property at the time of sale. While no seller can fully contemplate all contingencies and issues that are likely to arise after the sale, there are […]

As everyone is aware, many professions and jobs have become somewhat more complicated – if not downright impractical – due to the challenges of social distancing in a COVID-19 landscape. Real estate is certainly not immune. Realtors, banks, closing officers, and even home inspectors are all having to find creative and safe options for marketing […]

As the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic continues to create challenges across many industries, the commercial real estate sector is also seeing struggles. In many downtown metro areas, demand for commercial real estate is diminishing. Real estate investors may need to reconsider where and how they invest. It is unlikely that commercial real estate will stop being […]

Keeping our clients and employees safe is our top priority at the Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt. In the video below, attorney Nesbitt explains what our firm is doing to continue offering the highest level of service and safety through our virtual consultations and client meetings. If you would like to schedule your virtual […]

DENVER – Colorado has just five district court judges who are Black, another 15 who are Latino, and a similar lack of minority prosecutors and public defenders — numbers so low that a state supreme court justice said it could undermine “public confidence that justice is truly equal.” The Denver Post examined diversity data from […]

In this video, real estate attorney Eric L. Nesbitt of the Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt, P.C discusses commercial and residential real property and the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has on evictions, landlords, and renter’s rights. This discussion was facilitated by family law attorney April Jones of the Jones Law Firm as many […]

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