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Orland Park zoning entitlements attorneyBusiness operations, in the popular imagination, are at times misleadingly straightforward. The suggestion is often that bringing a business to fruition is a matter of idea generation, capital acquisition, and a whole lot of work. While these three aspects are typically cornerstones of a successful business, there is much more that goes on behind the scenes. 

For Illinois businesses that intend to operate in a traditional physical location, whether a building, warehouse, mall, outdoor facility, or other area, it is imperative that every legal right necessary to the short and long term operations and existence of the business be secured by a qualified Cook County zoning and land use attorney.  

Zoning Entitlements Include Easements, Covenant, Declarations, and Other Solutions

If you have never read the words “zoning entitlements” once in your entire life, there is no need to panic. The business world is full of professionals, including business law attorneys who specialize in even the most arcane of concepts and issues to help your business succeed. Business is not purely future-oriented; it inherently implicates history when a physical location is concerned. 

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Orland Park Real Estate Zoning AttorneyIn the popular classic board game Monopoly, the rules are simple; buy real estate properties and profit from rent collected on those properties. If you can corner the market, you will be in a position to raise rents. If you fall into a perilous financial position, you can mortgage a property in exchange for liquid cash when it is a more pressing need than equity. 

It is both surprising and amusing that is this basic set of rules, learned by children at kitchen tables from generation to generation, is often among the earliest financial knowledge acquired. We learn about property values, rents, mortgages from the game, but notice that there are no rules pertaining to the zoning of real estate. That element of real estate ventures has already been taken care, evidently, with the board’s properties, from low-rent to high-rise, already ready for business.  

Monopoly is a fun game, and it arguably even contains some helpful lessons and basic truths, but in real life, real estate is vastly more complex. It is precisely because of this complexity that you must diligently work and plan to comply with every applicable zoning law and other regulations with regard to real estate business ventures.

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