Can a Buyer Assign or Transfer Rights in Florida Real Property to Third Person Before Closing?

| June 28, 2016

In Florida, the closing process normally begins with a written sales contract where a seller commits to sell his or her home and a buyer commits to buying the property. That document creates an equitable interest in the property for the buyer. What some buyers and sellers may not realize is that after the parties […]

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 […]

Do Sellers Have A Lot of Responsibility When They Sell Their Home?

| October 13, 2015

Last Update: 02/22/16 In most every real estate transaction in which a seller signs a Florida Realtors/Florida Bar Contract, the seller makes several representations and warranties to the buyer. Most sellers are unaware of these representations because all they see are 11-20 pages of pre-printed black text on white paper and the only real issue […]

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