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Facing Real Estate Litigation? How to Choose the Right Attorney

Whether you’re a residential or commercial buyer or seller, there may come a time when you face a real estate dispute that must be litigated. Issues can arise in connection with eminent domain matters, breaches of contract, boundary disputes, adver… Read More
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Steps to a Residential Real Estate Closing

Purchasing a new house or condo is an exciting experience — and if you’re a first-time home buyer, you might be wondering what to expect during the course of the real estate closing process. Critically, there are several steps in a Florida real e… Read More
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Contingent House Listing

What is a Contingent House Listing?

Searching for a new house can be an exciting process. But it can also be stressful — especially if you found the ideal home and it’s listed with a “contingent” status. While you can still make an offer if a property is contingent,… Read More
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What is a FAR/BAR Contract?

The Florida FAR/BAR contract is a licensed, standardized, contract used for real estate transactions in Florida. This contract was created by the joint committee of the Florida Realtors (formerly known as Florida Association of Realtors) and The Flor… Read More

Types of Florida Deeds

A deed is a real estate document used to transfer the title and ownership of property to a new owner. A deed can be used for the sale of a home or when transferring property ownership without a sale. There are three basic deeds used in Florida: the S… Read More

What’s in an Easement?

You may have heard the term easement, but there are a lot of details about easements that you might not be aware of. If you own a home or any land, it is important to know exactly what an easement is and what that means for your property. An easement… Read More

The Basics About Mortgage Loans

If you are considering purchasing a home, it is essential to know and understand all of your financing options. There are three main types of mortgage loans that lenders offer; each loan has benefits and drawbacks depending on your individual circums… Read More

Homeowners Associations: Pros and Cons

What is a Homeowners Association? A Homeowners Association (HOA) is an organization that manages homes and residents in a community by setting rules and guidelines and having common areas for the community. Some common rules in HOAs include what colo… Read More

Avoid Common Mistakes When Selling Your Home

Selling your home can be a stressful and emotional process. In addition, you want your house to be able to sell quickly and at a good price so that you can get the most out of your investment. Today, we will be going over five common mistakes people… Read More
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Qualified Opportunity Zones - What's all the Hype About?

Qualified Opportunity Zones (“QOZs”) present a unique opportunity for investors with capital gains and qualified 1231 gains (hereinafter “Eligible Gains”) seeking to defer payment of tax on Eligible Gains and sourcing investment opportunities… Read More