Luxury Real Estate Developers Gauteng

“Home Sweet Home”! Home is where the heart lies and Yes! There are some Luxury Real Estate Developers in Sandton  that just astound by-passers, owners, and viewers with their magnificence. They are made as if to withstand time and to be of subject for art and poetry.

These luxury homes often have the most up-to-date amenities and state-of-the-art appliances. The lot areas are as big as football fields and they loom over everything else.

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In 2004, Forbes listed The Ridges in South Africa as one of the most amazing places to live or buy in Sandton. This holds true until today. The misconception of a lot of people that Gauteng is only about Gambling, quick weddings, and Show-girls couldn’t be further from the truth. Although they do bring in a big crowd of gamers and honeymooners, there is also a softer and subtle side to Johannesburg and it can be seen in places like the Morningside, Fourways, Parkhurst, Duxberry, and Waterfall.

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Most homes here are owned by high net worth individuals who live with their families. The ridges are home to a good number of some of the richest and wealthiest people in the world. The people live like royalty and are pampered with everything that a fun-loving person would desire to sale or buy a house.

The Ridges is just next to Red Rock Canyon, which is one of Nevada’s geological wonders. The point in the Ridges has is known for its spectacular view that everyone remembers after their first visit. This is the place that is nestled right in the heart of all the beauty that Las Vegas has to offer.

Whether you are looking for a home for the reputed fun and games in Las Vegas, out-of-this-world scenery or just have the need to be pampered, then the Luxury Real Estate Developers Sandton  will be able to satisfy your cravings for a finer lifestyle than no other.

Partition - When a Co-Owner of Real Estate Refuses to Sell

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Finding a tax lien property for sale is pretty easy. Finding a property that is worth buying, especially in today's economic climate, is a bit more tricky. My goal with this brief article is to show you 3 different ways to find pending tax lien sales worth buying... and how to find them for free.

But first, the basics...

What are tax lien sales?

A tax lien sale is when a government agency auctions off any tax liens against a property to recoup any delinquent taxes against the property. These sales are usually conducted by the tax collectors office or the sheriff's office.

It is important to note that there are two different ways for the government to collect delinquent taxes. One would be this type of sale (tax lien sales), and the other is known as a tax deed sale.

In a tax lien sale, the investor is buying the lien itself. The winning bidder will receive a certificate at the end of the auction that entitles the investor to collect payments for the delinquent taxes, often at a high interest rate. This certificate also allows the investor to foreclose on the property after a specified redemption period if the taxes remain unpaid.

3. Local Newspaper

As part of the sale process, the county must give "public notice" of all upcoming tax sales. These are always either before or after the classifieds. Go through this section religiously... it is your new golden goose. Make note of the properties that look interesting, and do your due diligence from there.

4. Subscription based list services

This is the only strategy that will cost you some money... which is why I didn't mention it earlier. Consider it a bonus.

Honestly, these types of services are a dime a dozen. Some are better than others. The biggest benefit is the speed that you get access to the information. Always look for ones that update often; generally speaking, locally based websites are better than national ones. If you do a basic search on Google you'll get a list of plenty to choose from.

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To partition or not to partition, that is the question. Partition is a legal action instituted for the purpose of dividing real estate owned by two or more people. If one or more of the co-owners of real estate is or are unwilling to sell the property and divide the proceeds of sale in accordance with all of the co-owners' ownership interests, it is the only way that a person who owns a share of real estate as a tenant in common or joint tenant can separate his or her interest from the other co-owners.

A joint tenancy is a form of ownership in which the co-owners own a property equally. If one dies, the other automatically inherits the entire property. By contrast, a tenancy in common is a type of joint tenancy of property without right of survivorship; each co-owner's portion is distributable under a will. Thus, in a tenancy in common each can leave his or her interest upon death to beneficiaries of his choosing instead of to the other owners, as is required with joint tenancy. The type of ownership is determined by reading the description in the deed. In New Jersey, two people, other than married couples, are presumed to own property as tenants in common unless they've agreed otherwise in writing in the deed. If two or more individuals inherit property then the last will and testament of the decedent will specify the type of joint ownership.

Partition of real estate can be in kind, meaning that the property is actually physically divided and split up among the owners. If that is not possible, and it most commonly is not possible, then a court ultimately will order a public or private sale of the real estate and the division of the sale proceeds among the parties according to their respective interests. Thus, it is common, and often in the parties' mutual best interest, to work out a deal in which one co-owner buys out the other(s).

Thus, what a person's interest in the property is for purposes of partition varies depending on the facts of each case. Even though there are general rules, because partition is an equitable matter, the decision in each case is up to the sound discretion of the judge.

It is very important to seek the advice of a qualified real estate attorney who has handled partition matters. Each partition matter is fact sensitive and you need a lawyer who will vigorously argue on your behalf. It is also important to retain any documents related to the purchase and care of the property. If the parties have made any type of agreement with regard to the eventual sale of the property, the agreement must be in writing.

If you have any questions about partitioning a property, please do not hesitate to call us.

Tax Lien Property For Sale - Will this help you?

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Finding a tax lien property for sale is pretty easy. Finding a property that is worth buying, especially in today's economic climate, is a bit more tricky. My goal with this brief article is to show you 3 different ways to find pending tax lien sales worth buying... and how to find them for free.

But first, the basics...

What are tax lien sales?

A tax lien sale is when a government agency auctions off any tax liens against a property to recoup any delinquent taxes against the property. These sales are usually conducted by the tax collectors office or the sheriff's office.

It is important to note that there are two different ways for the government to collect delinquent taxes. One would be this type of sale (tax lien sales), and the other is known as a tax deed sale.

In a tax lien sale, the investor is buying the lien itself. The winning bidder will receive a certificate at the end of the auction that entitles the investor to collect payments for the delinquent taxes, often at a high interest rate. This certificate also allows the investor to foreclose on the property after a specified redemption period if the taxes remain unpaid.

3. Local Newspaper

As part of the sale process, the county must give "public notice" of all upcoming tax sales. These are always either before or after the classifieds. Go through this section religiously... it is your new golden goose. Make note of the properties that look interesting, and do your due diligence from there.

4. Subscription based list services

This is the only strategy that will cost you some money... which is why I didn't mention it earlier. Consider it a bonus.

Honestly, these types of services are a dime a dozen. Some are better than others. The biggest benefit is the speed that you get access to the information. Always look for ones that update often; generally speaking, locally based websites are better than national ones. If you do a basic search on Google you'll get a list of plenty to choose from.


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