The Value of Surveys (Even When They Aren’t Required)

Are you considering buying or developing land? Are you a property owner looking to settle a land dispute? If so, you’re probably looking at investing in a survey plan. If you are buying a home in Illinois, the seller must provide a survey that is less than six months old. In Indiana, the buyer can […]

The Differences Between Illinois & Indiana Regarding Attorney Review Periods

When buying or selling property, you might not think much about the legal processes involved—especially the attorney review period in real estate transactions. We are examining how significantly the law varies between Illinois and Indiana and what that means for you as you buy and sell real property.  The Attorney Review Period in Illinois  The […]

Remote Work Means Different Investment Opportunities

The working population has undergone a remarkable transformation with the introduction of remote work. Many businesses were forced to adopt this concept as part of the pandemic. The Pew Research Center published that 14% of all adults work from home 100% of the time, which would increase to about 20% by 2025. This shift is […]

Chicago’s Commercial Real Estate & An 89% Loss

The pandemic reshaped Chicago’s commercial real estate market. Unlike other major cities that have seen a rebound, Chicago’s market is navigating through unique challenges that continue to affect its recovery trajectory. It altered how businesses view and utilize office space, leading to a notable shift in demand patterns across major metropolitan areas. Chicago, in particular, […]

Are We Looking At The Death Of Commercial Real Estate?

The convergence of maturing Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) loans puts significant pressure on the commercial real estate (CRE) sector. It is signaling a potential transformation that may redefine the industry’s future. Office leases are shifting, leading to adaptation and strategic reassessment for stakeholders. This situation is only exaggerated by more people working in fluctuating economic […]

Negotiating Commercial Real Estate Sales: Legal Tips for High Net-Worth Sellers

Selling commercial real estate involves various steps and requires careful planning. This process can be challenging, but it can also be rewarding with the right approach. This blog will look at vital legal aspects when selling commercial real estate, especially for high net-worth sellers. Breaking Down the Sale Agreement  The first thing to consider is […]

Understanding Legal Challenges in Commercial Real Estate Development

Commercial real estate development is a field filled with various legal challenges that investors and developers must be prepared for. From adhering to zoning laws to ensuring environmental compliance, these issues play a crucial role in the outcome of a project. Developers and builders should comprehensively understand these legal aspects, which is essential to overcome […]

The Crucial Role of Attorney Title Agents: Insuring a Property Transfer

Major life decisions may require a team of skilled professionals, especially concerning buying or selling property. Though a few different kinds will come together to support you, we want to discuss the role of an attorney title agent. They can be a pivotal yet occasionally underestimated component of the home-sale process. Their primary function is […]

Legal Insights: Evictions and Lease Agreement Terminations

  Navigating the intricate pathways of real estate markets can seem impossible for many. Within this complex domain, eviction and lease termination are critical aspects that demand a deep understanding and meticulous approach due to the extensive laws surrounding them. Auricchio Law Offices exist to provide accurate and trustworthy legal insights in these legal areas […]

Two Safeguards & Measures For Selling Distressed Properties In Chicago

  Distressed properties face financial or legal challenges—which can affect their value and marketability. The motivation behind discussing them is that they can be difficult to sell through typical or conventional means. Here are several examples of why a property could be labeled “distressed.” Foreclosure  Short Sales  Bank-owned or real-estate-owned (REO) properties  Bankruptcy  Abandoned properties  […]