by Nadeen Green, JD
In light of all of the recent - and continuing - dialogue related to the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman matter, I thought I would update and post some thoughts first penned more than 4 years ago that may apply...
by John H. Pentecost & Christopher R. Elliott
On July 26, 1990, President Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"). The Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (the “1991 Regulations") were developed shortly thereafter to establish the minimum requirements for "accessibility."
by Chrissy Jackson
Resident Referrals . . .Most communities with vacancies have some sort of resident referral program in place. The value given to the resident varies, but almost always it is for a home coming into the community, not just for a new resident moving into an existing home (unless their referral contributed to a sale for your brokerage or sales division).
by Scott Mastley
You don’t want to look over the rim of your coffee cup on a Monday morning and hear a Department of Labor auditor say, “I’m here to perform a wage and hour compliance audit.”
by L. A. “Tony” Kovach
On July 26, we posted an article on the Masthead blog about the topic: Manufactured Housing and Captive Finance: Can it be done successfully in Today's Environment? That post brought numerous comments and sparked conversations from professionals across the spectrum.