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The Benefits of Using a Lawyer for Your Real Estate Transaction

A title company can sometimes cost more than a real estate lawyer - but you get a lot less for your money.  Even if you find a similarly priced title company, there are significant advantages to choosing a law firm instead. Purchasing real estate is a major investment. Make sure to hire an experienced real [...]

2020-10-14T14:21:23+00:00Real Estate Law|

About Leaseholds

What is a leasehold agreement? A leasehold is a long-term rental agreement with a minimum term of 40 years but that can last several decades longer, sometimes up to 120 years.  Leaseholds differ from rental agreements in that leaseholders (the equivalent of a tenant in a short lease agreement) have a very different relationship to [...]

Commercial Landlord-Tenant Workouts

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the Florida economy, there are a significant number of businesses that are not fully occupying their offices and other leased commercial properties.  Although these businesses are not getting the full benefit of their office space right now, most are still required to pay the rent.  As the pandemic [...]

Four Things to Look for in a Florida Closing Attorney

Buying or selling a property is a big endeavor.  For many individuals, families and businesses real estate transactions are the largest expenditures on the balance sheet.  Making sure you have the right legal partner in the process to protect your investment is a must.  If you are considering the purchase or sale of a property [...]

2020-09-10T23:43:19+00:00Real Estate Law|

Understanding Florida Property Valuations

Are you looking to sell or refinance a property in Florida? If so you will eventually require an official valuation of the price. In obtaining a valuation you have three options.  You can get a broker price opinion, a comparative market analysis, or an appraisal. These terms refer to three distinct types of property valuation [...]

2020-09-01T01:03:46+00:00Real Estate Law|

Foreclosure Woes? How to Fight For Your Home in South Florida, Part II

In Part I of this series we discussed “the final action” clause of the current moratorium signed by Governor Ron DeSantis’ providing for the courts to initiate foreclosure proceedings against homeowners in Florida.  Given that tens of thousands of Floridians have lost their jobs in the current economic climate, and that the current foreclosure rate [...]

2020-08-10T01:24:12+00:00Real Estate Law|

Foreclosure Woes? How to Fight For Your Home in South Florida, Part I

Although “the final action” of foreclosures and evictions in Florida has been delayed by Governor DeSantis’ one-month long extension, a foreclosure “tidal wave” is likely to happen once the moratorium is lifted on September 1st.   In fact, the language of the new moratorium can be interpreted as allowing the foreclosure process to begin immediately as [...]

2020-08-10T01:23:08+00:00Real Estate Law|

Investing In Florida Real Estate as a Non-Resident: Reasons to Work With An In-State Attorney

Seeking to purchase Florida real estate as a non-resident can be a stressful process.  This is especially true if you do not know the geographic area in question well. Buying real estate is a big investment, which makes finding the perfect property essential. Whether you are a business looking to purchase commercial real estate or a [...]

2020-06-15T02:55:58+00:00Real Estate Law|

The Role of Commercial Title Search in Commercial Real Estate Sales

Commercial title search is a key component in any commercial real estate transaction. Without title searches, the buyers and sellers of properties would likely find the risks of selling and buying too high to proceed. By developing a strong understanding of commercial title search and the role it plays in commercial real estate, businesses can [...]

Avoiding Court – Why Businesses Should Hire A Business Litigation Attorney

Businesses of all sizes run the risk of encountering lawsuits that can pose potential financial and public relations-related issues. Because lawsuits are public record, they can easily gain the attention of the media. Being the subject of a public controversy can damage a company’s reputation, which may in turn affect profits. Additionally, lawsuits are expensive, [...]

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