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 […]

Florida Listing Contracts: Know Your Contract Between You and Your Florida Real Estate Agent and Broker

| February 25, 2014

Once you finally make the decision to sell your Florida home, (whether it’s a Miami oceanfront condo, a single family dwelling in a quiet neighborhood or a duplex, townhouse, or other type of house), you need to let world know by advertising it for sale, in both the local housing market and beyond, with the […]

Realtors on the Job: Its All About Protection From Bad Acts and Bad People

| January 21, 2014

As we all know, most real estate agents selling both commercial and residential real estate make their living by traveling by car along Florida’s oceanfront freeways, suburban streets, and rural wetland roads. Florida is a place where everyone pretty much drives to get to their destination, especially in the summer months when Florida’s heat is […]

Are Better Qualified Borrowers, Cash Buyers and Blackstone The Reason Why Florida Real Estate Will Continue To Improve?

| January 17, 2014

Recent News About The South Florida Real Estate Recovery Apparently, the housing recovery in South Florida, something that I still don’t understand, is going to push prices up again this year.  The increase in prices, they say, will only be in the single digits and not at the double digit pace we saw last year.  […]

Specific Performance and a Florida Real Estate Deal: Why is it Expensive Litigation in More Than One Way?

| November 26, 2013

Most people think of money damages when they think of lawsuits dealing with real estate contracts or land. It’s true, that most claims that cannot be negotiated or settled end up in courtrooms where dollars and cents are awarded by a judge or jury; however, there are times when money just won’t get the injured […]