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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 [...]

2020-12-21T00:45:15+00:00Real Estate Law|

Understanding Florida Property Valuation

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 [...]

2021-01-02T19:01:09+00:00Real Estate Law|

Foreclosure Defense: How to Fight For Your Home in South Florida, Part II

In Part I of this Foreclosure Defense 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 [...]

2021-01-02T20:34:08+00:00Real Estate Law|

Foreclosure Defense: 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 possible once the moratorium is lifted on September 1st. Owner's should avoid becoming victims by mounting an effective foreclosure defense. In fact, the language of the new moratorium can be interpreted as [...]

2021-01-03T00:25:09+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 [...]

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|
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