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Real Estate Law Concepts: Joint Tenancy and Tenants in Common

In Real Estate Law, when more than one person owns and resides in a property at the same time, they are said to be either Tenant in Common or Joint Tenants.  The exact type of tenancy along with any additional terms, conditions and provisions are spelled out as binding items in the title deed of [...]

2020-04-29T02:23:06+00:00Real Estate Law|

Stopping a Foreclosure with Foreclosure Defense

Being able to remain in your home during times of financial hardship is extremely important.  Being forced out of your home can cause personal and further financial distress resulting in a downward spiral that can affect your family and work life.  Luckily, with planning and help from an experienced foreclosure defense attorney, it is possible [...]

2020-04-29T02:45:13+00:00Real Estate Law|

How Do I Pay My Property Taxes in 2020?

In the middle of the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic, many people have been hit with financial distress due to job losses and other loss of income.  Despite extensions made for income tax and other official payments, property taxes for your Florida county are still due this year. However, there are options you can take to help [...]

Florida Foreclosures and Evictions During the COVID-19 Crisis

Between 2010 and the first quarter of 2020, the US economy has seen steady growth quarter on quarter.  Up until the current COVID-19 crisis and its devastating economic impact, we had been experiencing the longest period of economic prosperity in US history with few foreclosures and evictions.   That has now changed, with March 2020 new [...]

2020-04-29T02:00:21+00:00Real Estate Law|

Facing HOA Challenges During the COVID-19 Quarantine

As most Americans are currently quarantined in their houses, across the country and across Florida businesses have largely transferred their duty of care to the Community Associations where their employees live.   This means that while many parts of the economy come to a standstill, America’s Homeowner Associations and Condominium Associations are busier than ever. Amidst [...]

House Flipping: Four Legal Areas to Beware

Do you make - or plan to make money using a house flipping business model?  If so, here are a few of the legal aspects of the house flipping business model to look out for in Florida. FHA Restrictions Many homes that fall into the category of “flippable” may be located in areas dominated by [...]

Airbnb Owners: Beware of these Five Legal Pitfalls

Airbnb and Vrbo are the most popular of several "peer-to-peer" online services that allow you to share a residence you own with visitors for a fee. These platforms provide an excellent way to earn money either as a side income or as a full-time business. Despite its many advantages in terms of independence and being [...]

The Pros and Cons of Using a Trust for Real Estate Investment

When investors choose to acquire property in Florida, they often do so via a Limited Liability Company LLC.  One alternative to the LLC is to hold the property in a trust. There are distinct advantages to using a trust, though the disadvantages should carefully be weighed-in to determine if a trust is the right [...]

Before You Sign a Commercial Lease: Four Areas to Consider

Finding the right property for your business can be a complicated and time consuming process.  After finding the right tenant's agent, searching properly-zoned locations and short listing several properties for your business, there are four crucial steps that every tenant could take to ensure a successful outcome. These steps include writing a strong LOI, budgeting [...]

2020-03-22T20:52:36+00:00Real Estate Law|
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