Purchasing commercial properties is certainly a wise way to invest one's money. However, these are not the only types of commercial real estate transactions that can be lucrative. A commonly ignored aspect of commercial real estate in New York and elsewhere is the purchase of vacant land.
Many employees who telecommute are salaried. That is, they get paid the same amount whether they spend a day working six hours or nine hours.
Purchasing a house in New York is very much like participating in a race. After a listing is live, buyers must quickly check it out and submit their offers for it as soon as possible, which can be challenging in a competitive housing market. Here are a few tips for engaging in real estate transactions involving homes that have not even hit the market officially yet.
Federal law establishes the minimum wage and overtime pay requirements that must be followed throughout the United States, including in New York. That law is known as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Here is a look at what employees would be wise to know about this federal law.
Today's commercial property market continues to evolve. However, not everybody has managed to keep up. Those who fall under this category may unfortunately end up missing out on what the current market has to offer. Here is a look at an especially common myth regarding commercial real estate transactions today in New York and elsewhere in 2018.