What Do You Do When You Discover the Value of Your Property Isn’t What the Real Estate Agent Told You?

| July 15, 2014

Misrepresentation Of a Home’s Value For most of us, the most essential term in any Florida real estate transaction is the contract price: the amount the seller and the buyer agree on for purchasing the home, condo, or townhouse. Each side assumes that he (or she) has accurate information on what the property is worth […]

19 Reasons To Hire a Real Estate Lawyer When Buying or Selling Florida Real Estate

| April 15, 2014

In Florida, particularly South Florida, families want to own a home; retirees want to buy a condo or townhouse; investors from around the country and world want investment property, including rentals; and vacation homes in or near the water are a dream of almost everyone. For most buyers, the purchase of a home, condo, or […]

Flopping In Florida: Real Estate Agents And Insider Realtor Deals – Are You A Victim Of This Kind Of Florida Real Estate Fraud?

| January 28, 2014

In recent years, most of us in South Florida have become all too aware of real estate “flipping” — where a distressed home is purchased by an investor who goes into the deal with the idea of doing some improvements to the place and then reselling the place for a profit. It’s so popular that […]

Florida House Bill 87 and “Foreclosure Reform” Passes Florida House’s Civil Justice Subcommittee: HB 87 is One Step Closer to Ending Judicial Foreclosures in Florida – This is Dangerous for Florida Home Owners and Florida Real Estate

| February 7, 2013

There’s a proposed law being pushed up in Tallahassee once again this year that aims to end Florida’s long-standing judicial foreclosure process, and this year it seems to be gaining strength, though it died a pretty quick death in its earlier version last year.  Perhaps you remember all the public outcry over this proposed legislation […]

Short Sale Hardship Letters to South Florida Banks and Proving Home Owner Financial Hardship for Short Sale Bank Approval: Things to Consider

| November 15, 2012

The news is out for October 2012, and once again Florida ranks number one in foreclosures in the United States according to RealtyTrac research.  It seems that one in every 312 housing units in Florida was hit with a foreclosure filing in October 2012.  That’s two times higher than the national average using RealtyTrac data; […]

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