5 Must-Have Prerequisites for A Valid Contract to Sell Residential Real Estate In Florida

| April 26, 2016

In Florida, real estate transactions are governed by both real estate and contract law (other laws and regulations can also apply, like those related to mold, lead based paint, coastal control issues, etc.). As a result, transactions can quickly become complicated. Most Buyers and sellers know that all real estate transactions should have a written […]

Florida Home Buyer Closing Day Checklist

| February 23, 2016

In a Florida residential real estate purchase, few days are bigger than the day that the transaction closes. Sure, there is the excitement of beginning the process of finding a home or condo to buy here in South Florida, and the thrill of finally choosing a particular property and having your offer accepted. However, when […]

How Do Lawyers Help With Florida Residential Real Estate Closings?

| December 8, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 When it’s time to actually close on your new home or condo here in South Florida, it can be intimidating to see just how much paperwork is involved.  Even if it’s a small house or condo, closings can take lots of time (hours!).  Why? Even when there are no problems, it can […]

4 Conditions A Buyer Should Require Before Closing On A Florida Home

| December 1, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Buying residential real estate in Florida is a major event in the lives of most buyers.  For some, it’s a big deal to buy a new home or condo! Fortunately, the Florida legislature understands this fact so they passed laws that protect residential buyers (residential buyers get legal protections that commercial buyers […]

Are These 8 Real Estate Disclosures Protecting The Buyer Or Some Other Party?

| November 24, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Here you are, a ready, willing and able buyer who has finally found that Florida condo, townhouse, or home of your dreams.  You are excited about closing the deal and moving into your new South Florida home. It’s a great time, no more spending hours conducting online searches and car rides with […]

What Are The Risks With Airbnb If You Rent Your Florida Home or Condo?

| November 3, 2015

Last Update: 03/21/16 The holiday season is here, and there are people all over the world who plan of spending their vacation basking in the warm Florida sunshine. Unfortunately, hotels and resorts throughout South Florida are already booked.  However, there’s still lodging opportunities for travelers who wish to visit Miami and Fort Lauderdale and our […]

Real Estate Brokers And Agents Must Be Licensed In Florida!

| October 20, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Florida law requires that all real estate brokers and real estate agents not only get licensed by the State of Florida in order to do business here, but that they keep up those licenses with through continuing education. For example, there have been big changes this year with the new “TRID” rules. […]

10 Articles For Florida Condominium Owners

| July 14, 2015

Since we receive so many calls about condo owner rights, I thought it would be a good idea to share some articles we have written in the past about Florida Condominium Law that answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Here are 10 articles that we hope you will find helpful: 3 Common Lawsuits […]

Closing on Florida Real Estate: Seller’s Documents at Closing

| June 23, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Selling your home or condo here in South Florida means marketing your residential property either by yourself (”For Sale by Owner”) or through a real estate broker to find a buyer who has the financial means (cash or mortgage loan) to pay for it. Depending upon the housing market, selling your condo, […]

Real Estate Closings: Negotiating Closing Costs

| May 26, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Buying any home or condo in Florida, or any piece of residential real estate, means that the buyer and the seller must go through the “closing process,” which may be the only time, or one of the few times, that they have to go to a real estate closing. However, for the […]

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