4 Title Issues That Can Derail A Florida Closing

| July 12, 2016

In Florida, often times right before a residential real estate transaction is set to close the deal is derailed because of conflicting legal interests between the parties to the transaction (the seller and the buyer) and a third party with an interest in the property. Who are these third parties? Two common examples: contractors who […]

How Do You Know If The Chain Of Title To Your Florida Real Estate Is Clear?

| April 12, 2016

Title Issues And Title Insurance At the end of most Florida residential real estate closings, the goal of the seller is to walk away from the closing table with money from the sale of his or her home. Easy enough. However, a buyer usually has a few goals he or she wants to achieve at […]

3 Types of Title Issues Which Impact Florida Real Estate Closings

| September 29, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 In South Florida, when a seller is told by a buyer’s title examiner that there is a “title issue,” that usually means that there is some sort of lien, defect or encumbrance in the public records which clouds the title to the property. In most instances, buyers won’t take ownership of property […]

Buyer of Foreclosure Held Not to Have Title to Land: According to Mass Supreme Court It Remains With the Homeowner Who Lost His Home to a Bank Mortgage Foreclosure

| November 1, 2011

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has released its decision in a foreclosure fraud case that may impact mortgage holders as well as buyers of foreclosed properties in Florida and across the United States. Back in January 2011, we along with other real estate attorneys and state court judges from all over the state and the rest […]

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