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- California's Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement
If you are selling or leasing your home, you must comply with the Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Law. That law requires that sellers provide the prospective buyer with a Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement (“TDS”).
- 3 Ways a Florida Real Estate Attorney Can Help Property Buyers & Sellers
Buying or selling property is usually the biggest financial transaction in anyone’s life. It can have a ripple effect on your finances for decades to come. Whether those ripples are beneficial or detrimental depends on the details of the transaction.
- How to Prevent Real Estate Title Issues in Florida
Whether you are selling or buying a home, the last thing you want to encounter are problems with the real estate title. Unfortunately, the foreclosure crisis that hit Florida so hard several years ago sometimes makes it difficult to obtain a clear or marketable real estate title.
- Can Property Management Force a Tenant to Replenish Reserve Funds?
Property management has various funds to disperse to different areas that need repair or alteration. Some funds are reserved for emergencies, and some are used for maintenance.
- Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer To Close a Sale of Residential Property in Florida?
In the State of Florida, it is not mandatory for the buyer or the seller to hire a real estate attorney for the closing of the sale of residential real property. Many operations are conducted through negotiations between the parties; real estate agents, and the involvement of a title company. However, real estate transactions are important and complex investments, and, in most cases, one of the most important purchases for an individual or family.
- Using a Quitclaim Deed to Transfer Property
A quitclaim deed is used to transfer a property owner’s interest in the property to another person without any warranties or guarantees as to the state of the property.
- Contingencies that Homebuyers Should Include in a Purchase Contract in Florida
Contingencies in real estate purchase contracts specify conditions that must be met before closing can take place. Some of the standard contingencies in real estate contracts include financing, inspections, insurance and other things that must be in place before the sale is completed.
- How to Minimize Risk When Leasing Investment Property to Renters in Florida
Successful real estate investors know that to protect your investment, you not only need to have the proper insurance for your property, but you also need to take some extra steps to manage risk when leasing investment property to tenants.
- Distressed Homeowners: Know Your Rights Under the Florida Fair Foreclosure Act
Florida was among the hardest hit states in the national housing crisis, and state courts are still dealing with the flood of foreclosures crowding dockets. In 2013, the Florida Fair Foreclosure Act (“FFFA”) was signed into law in attempt to unclog the court system with an expedited foreclosure process that both hurts and helps distressed homeowners.
- Enhanced Life Estate Deeds in Florida
Enhanced life estate deeds, commonly known as “Lady Bird Deeds” provide a legal mechanism for property to pass automatically to a person or group of people without going through Florida probate.