Let's face it: Any real estate transaction can take a turn for the worse. With this in mind, you must make sure you're on the right track from start to finish.
Imagine this situation: You need to break your lease because you have taken a job in another state.
When buying or selling real estate, you hope that you never run into a serious dispute. The same holds true if you're in the position of a landlord or tenant.
Usually, neighbors get along. Boundaries are set up to make that happen. You stay in your home and yard and your neighbor does the same. What happens when a boundary is in dispute, though? That's when things get contentious.