Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Accusing Zillow of Conducting Appraisal Without License

This is a follow up to my post last week about some of the controversies surrounding the real estate website Zillow.  To bring yourself up to speed, click here… Welcome back to the post!  At the time of publication a lawsuit was pending against Zillow accusing the website of violating Illinois law by conducting appraisals… Read More

Condo Rental Caps – How The Board Can Prevent You From Renting Your Place

Most condo owners prefer that their neighbors are owner-occupants.  As a result, many condo boards enact rental restrictions or even outright ban rentals.  If validly done, the condo board can levy fines and file lawsuit to stop you from renting your unit.  Here is how to determine whether your board’s restrictions are enforceable. Most buildings… Read More

Mindfulness & The Law

The topic of mindfulness is near and dear to me.  Last year, I was in a bit of a funk when I was fortunate enough to stumble on Dan Harris’s podcast.  Some of you may know Dan as the 10% Happier guy.  Dan had a man named George Mumford on his podcast.  I really liked… Read More