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Joe is a fourth generation lawyer. His family has a long tradition of practicing law ranging from service in the district attorney's office and in the JAG Corps, to representing tax, corporate, and real estate clients at all levels in ...
Developer beware! In Wisconsin, assessors may use an “anticipated” vacancy in making assessments.
The City of Milwaukee (and various other municipalities) has sent its Biennial Property Tax Exemption Report and Filing Fee Notices. Owners of tax-exempt real property in Wisconsin must file a Form PC-220 Tax Exemption Report (the “Report”) by March 31, 2024, to ensure their property is properly classified and continues to be recognized as tax-exempt. The Report must be filed with the clerk of the town, village, or city in which the property is located biennially of each even numbered year.
As digital currency grows in use and acceptability, digital currency has entered into many traditional investment markets. Commercial real estate is no exception. The conversion of real estate assets to digital tokens using blockchain technology (“tokenization”) is continuing to grow, with a market size of approximately $200 million, real estate tokens account for nearly 40% of the digital securities market.
Welcome to In the Dirt: Real Estate Legal Update where attorneys from Amundsen Davis blog about all things related to real estate, zoning, real estate management and finance.
- Assessors Allowed to Use “Anticipated” Vacancy in Making Assessments
- Wisconsin Real Estate Property Taxes: Biennial Exemption Report Filing Deadline – March 31, 2024
- Enhancing Transparency in Real Estate: FinCEN's New Reporting Requirements for Non-Financed Transfers
- Nearby Road Closures Remain Non-Compensable in Indiana Eminent Domain Proceedings
- Will the Proposed IRS Regulations Hinder the Growth of Tokenization in Real Estate?
- Contractual Considerations for Short-Term Rentals
- Municipal Regulation of Short-Term Rentals
- Backyard Event Rentals: Problems Posed for Homeowner Associations
- A Renter’s Bill of Rights in Wisconsin, Oh My!
- Private Requirements for Short-Term Rentals