The Force Majeure Clause

The Intricacies of the Force Majeure Clause During this Pandemic

Before COVID-19 hit, most people couldn’t tell you the definition of a force majeure clause. Simply put, a force majeure clause excuses a party from performing under a contract, if their performance becomes implausible or impractical, because of some unforeseen or unanticipated event. These uncontrollable events are also known as “Acts of God”. Parties often […]

3D map with pins both for ‘Rent’ and ‘Buy’

The Truth About Renting vs. Owning

In 2019, the millennial generation (those born from 1981-1996) became the largest generation in the United States, finally surpassing the baby boomers. While exact numbers are not available, projections had the famed Millenial generation reaching 73 million members. (For those interested, Generation X is projected to overtake Boomers in 2028).  Delayed Until Further Notice Statistically […]

Front door of a JohnHart home for sale, flanked by two decorated Christmas trees

‘Tis the Season to Sell Homes (Fa la la la laaaaa, la la la laaaa)

Everyone who’s anyone in this industry is familiar with the term “spring selling season,” which defines the time of year when homes typically go on sale and buyers and sellers go to work. Sellers are busy cleaning and preparing their homes for open houses, viewings, pictures, and agents. Buyers are busy searching for the perfect […]