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Upcoming Events

  • Remedies for broken real estate sales agreements, including specific perfor

    02/12/2020 6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Moonshinephilly

    Remedies for broken real estate sales agreements, including specific performance and damages HAPCO – Landlord Association of Philadelphia February 12th, 2020 2nd Wednesday of the Month Location: Moonshine Philly 1825 E Moyamensing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 (Pennsport Mall Parking Lot for Parking) Presented By: Michael L. Daiello | Real Estate Attorney | Daiello Law Discussion: Remedies for broken real estate sales agreements, including specific performance and damages Overview: Mike will discuss several remedies are available to buyer for breach of contract by seller. A buyer could sue the seller to abide by the specific terms of the contract. Several remedies are available to buyer for breach of contract by seller. Mike will discuss, how one can pursue monetary damages or could sue to force the seller to abide by the specific terms of the contract. 6:00 –Networking 6:30PM-7:00PM – Registration/Introductions 7:00PM-8:00PM – Presentation 8:00pm-8:30PM – Networking & Complete Real Education for Philadelphia Landlords Entrance Fee: $5.0

  • Good Hang w/ Setoiyo

    02/13/2020 8:00pm - 11:00pm

    Good Hang

    Good Hang is a FREE monthly comedy show at Moonshinephilly in South Philadelphia hosted by John Deary (Make Up or Break Up) & Hannah Trav (Keep You Posted) Every month we showcase some of Philly's favorite comics, for FREE! This month we are featuring: TaTa Sherise Chris Stenta Jillian Markowitz And our amazing headliner: Setoiyo After the show we have a limited spot OPEN MIC. If you're a comic or you want to take a stab at comedy, come by and throw your name in the mix! PLUS AMAZING DRINKS AND FOOD AND FUN! Oh, and it's FREE! Follow us on Instagram @goodhangcomedy !

  • How to spot and resolve property title problems

    02/24/2020 6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Moonshinephilly

    How to spot and resolve property title problems; learn how title problems can be resolved through quiet title actions HAPCO- South Philadelphia Rehabber’s Sub Group February 24th, 2020 6:30-8:30PM 4th Monday of the Month Location: Moonshine Philly 1825 E Moyamensing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 (Pennsport Mall Parking Lot for Parking) Educational Speaker: Michael L. Daiello, Esq., Daiello Law Discussion: How to spot and resolve property title problems; learn how title problems can be resolved through quiet title actions Overview: From the decades-long violence between the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s to the brutal family soap opera of The War of the Roses to the daytime drama of Judge Judy, feuds between families, friends, and neighbors capture our attention. Human drama is difficult to escape and sometimes ignore. Fortunately, if there is a dispute over who owns your house, quiet title is a way to resolve the issue without resorting to fisticuffs. Although, it does require a judge -- just not a celebrity judge. Mike will discuss some reasons why someone may need to quiet a title, and how settlement agents may be able to avoid it all together…

  • Solo Acoustic at Moonshine Philly

    03/07/2020 9:00pm - 12:00am

    Moonshinephilly

    Moonshine Philly presents Freddy Brewer, a Philly-based singer/guitarist performing original music & eclectic covers of Beatles, Bowie, Bach, Satie, Gainsbourg, and many more! (https://freddybrewer.com/) 1825 E Moyamensing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 Saturday March 7th 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM *No Cover*

  • Philadelphia sheriff tax sale properties and the right of redemption

    03/11/2020 6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Moonshinephilly

    Philadelphia sheriff tax sale properties and the right of redemption HAPCO – Landlord Association of Philadelphia March 11th, 2020 2nd Wednesday of the Month Location: Moonshine Philly 1825 E Moyamensing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 (Pennsport Mall Parking Lot for Parking) Presented By: Michael L. Daiello | Real Estate Attorney | Daiello Law Discussion: Philadelphia sheriff tax sale properties and the right of redemption Overview: Even if you win a bid on a Tax Sale property, within nine months of the acknowledgement of the deed, the owner of record can go to court and get permission to recover the property by paying all back taxes and the money paid by the winning bidder. This is called the Right of Redemption. Therefore, if purchase a property through Delinquent Tax Sheriff Sale and invest funds to improve the property in the first year, beware that those funds can be lost. The right of Redemption is only applicable if the property scheduled for Tax Sale is determined to be owner occupied 90 days prior to the sale. If the property is unoccupied or abandoned, there is no Right of Redemption. The Right of Redemption does not apply to any property sold at the Mortgage Foreclosure Sheriff Sale. One way to protect yourself is to contact the City's Department of Licenses and Inspections to determine what outstanding code violations, if any, exist in the property. Any work done to correct these violations must be reimbursed to you if the original owner reclaims the property during the Right of Redemption period. Therefore, make sure you get and keep detailed and accurate receipts for code related renovations. 6:00 –Networking 6:30PM-7:00PM – Registration/Introductions 7:00PM-8:00PM – Presentation 8:00pm-8:30PM – Networking & Complete Real Education for Philadelphia Landlords Entrance Fee: $5.00

  • Avoid common pitfalls purchasing investment properties from elderly sellers

    03/23/2020 6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Moonshinephilly

    Avoid common pitfalls in purchasing investment properties from elderly sellers HAPCO- South Philadelphia Rehabber’s Sub Group March 23rd, 2020 6:30-8:30PM 4th Monday of the Month Location: Moonshine Philly 1825 E Moyamensing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 (Pennsport Mall Parking Lot for Parking) Educational Speaker: Michael L. Daiello, Esq., Daiello Law Discussion: Avoid common pitfalls in purchasing investment properties from elderly sellers Overview: Learn about possible counter claims by elder persons against investors; importance of guardianships for investors; enforcing agreements when elderly sellers back out; dealing with interference by heirs/ relatives Mike will discuss some reasons why someone may need to quiet a title, and how settlement agents may be able to avoid it all together…