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 […]

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, […]

5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT WITH FLORIDA CLOSINGS

| June 16, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 Here in South Florida, closings on residential real estate happen every day: condos are purchased for retirement homes and as investment rentals; homes in neighborhoods like Coconut Grove, Brickell, and Palm Beach are sold to families that may be moving across town or from across the country. In Miami, there are lots […]

Questions To Ask Before Buying a 55+ Condominium in Florida

| March 31, 2015

Retiring in South Florida is the dream for many Americans, and for those who do retire here in the MiamiDade – Broward – Palm Beach counties area, that often means moving into a beautiful condominium with beach access or ocean views. Condo living offers a great many advantages for retirees, and condominiums in our local […]

Liens on Your Florida Condo or Home: What are They and How Do You Get Rid of Them?

| March 3, 2015

Condo living is a different lifestyle here in Florida, one that lots of people enjoy. Sharing the responsibilities of lawn care and landscaping, pool upkeep, and more can free condo residents from chores they would have face if they lived in a single family home in the suburbs. However, living the Florida Condo life also […]

Florida Condos, Coops, TimeShares, HOAs, and CDDs: Know the Difference Before You Buy

| February 24, 2015

Last Update: 04/18/16 In Florida, there are different types of home ownership recognized by the Florida Legislature other than the traditional single family home. Florida laws recognize five different alternatives that anyone considering buying residential real estate in Florida, for their vacation home, their retirement home, or an investment property, needs to know. (And, yes, […]

55+ Condo Living in Florida: Senior Condos and Adult Condo Communities

| February 10, 2015

South Florida is famous as a retirement paradise, and many of our local condominiums exist to meet the needs and lifestyles of those enjoying a retirement lifestyle. There are countless “55 Plus Communities” here in the Broward County and in the Miami-Dade area, where “most” of the residents are age 55 years or older. . […]

Rights of a Florida Condo Tenant

| February 3, 2015

Condo owners in Florida rent their condos to tenants all of the time. The lease period may be weeks, or months, or even years. As home owners, the condo unit owner has every right to lease his or her property to another should he or she choose to do so (as long as the owner […]

What Is A Condominium Termination In Florida?

| January 6, 2015

In Florida, condominiums are considered as legal entities, just like corporations, with Boards of Directors and owners and creditors. When you decide to buy a home in a Florida condominium, you are becoming part of this legal entity as one of its unit owners. This makes reading through all of the documents that create that […]

Security in Florida Condominiums: Privacy Concerns for Condo Owners

| December 16, 2014

For many Florida condo owners, one of the main reasons why they chose to live in a condominium community instead of a single family home is because of the sense of greater security. There is safety in numbers, of course. Condominium associations as well as property managers have a responsibility to make sure that residents […]

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