Owning a commercial property comes with a lot of work. You have to collect rent, make repairs, find new tenants and so much more. When it becomes too much to handle/ you likely will consider selling the property. Or, you might decide to sell because the value of the property has increased during your tenure as owner. Either way, you likely want to know how you can effectively list the commercial property for sale.
Finding out that there is a lien on your home is never a good situation. You might not even know there has been a lien placed on your home until you go to sell the property. Once you discover a lien on your home, you need to work to remove it as soon as possible, especially if you want to sell the home sometime soon. Let's take a look at liens and how they can be removed from the title of your home in today's post.
Finding the right home can be a tough process. You have a list of features you want, an idea of what area you want to live in and a budget to stay within. When you are home shopping, you may end up compromising on some things. One thing you never want to compromise on is making sure you have a clear title on your property.
Real estate disputes can be caused by a range of problems, some of which are very easy to fix and others that require litigation to solve. Depending on the dispute, you very well could find yourself sitting face-to-face with the other party in a courtroom because you've exhausted all other options. Let's take a look at the issues that can lead to real estate litigation when involved in a dispute.
If you are planning to enter into the real estate market in Fort Lauderdale, or any other area in South Florida, it is important that you know what is required in order to have a valid and binding contract. You will want to ensure that when you enter into a contract to buy or sell your property that every "I" is dotted and "T" is crossed so that the purchase/sale does not fail because the contract is faulty.