Concealment, Nondisclosure And Silence By Florida Real Estate Sellers

| August 16, 2016

In Florida, in order to have a binding contract to purchase real estate, both the buyer and seller must sign a written agreement that includes the material terms of the deal (price, closing date, description of the property, financing, etc.).  That contract controls the transaction and it spells out the parties’ obligation to one another […]

Fraud in Your Florida Home Purchase?: Water Leaks and Flooding In Your New Home

| March 18, 2014

Last Update: 04/18/16 What Happens When Buyers are Hurt by Misrepresentations by a Florida Real Estate Agent or a Florida Seller? Florida real estate has had its ups and downs over the past few years, with the housing market still recovering from all of the Foreclosures, Short Sales, and Mortgage Fraud issues. Still, there’s always […]

Should You Sue Your Bank Over Your Home Loan? Are Loan Fraud, or Predatory Lending, Lawsuits Available in Florida?

| July 28, 2011

You obtained a home loan – maybe several years ago.  You are suspicious that something wasn’t right about that deal.  Maybe you’re living in your home, paying that mortgage payment every month, and just wondering about it. Maybe you have an underwater mortgage.  Or, maybe you’ve already received a Notice of Acceleration from the lender.  […]

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