Homeowners who struggle to meet their financial obligations may consider a loan modification. If approved, a request for a loan modification can result in a more manageable agreement with your lender.
Although each closing will be unique to the transaction, almost every property sale in Florida will begin with a Purchase and Sale Agreement. This document begins the closing process. It can contain many provisions, including details about when the buyer could take possession of the property, zoning regulations and information about the title.
Condominium Agreements require the Condominium Association cover certain expenses relating to the units within the community. The details of coverage can vary with each community, but coverage often includes a general obligation to maintain and repair pipes. This is often true when there is an issue with a pipe that serves a number of units or common areas within the community.
Florida offers some of the most beautiful real estate in the country. Sandy beaches with ocean views, big city condos with all the amenities — you name it, you can probably find it Florida.
Real estate disputes can arise for many reasons. One example involves the question of commission. Real estate agents that partake in the buying or selling of a property can receive a commission as stated within their contract. Although this seems like a fairly straightforward matter, there are situations when a real estate agent’s “assistance” in the transaction is a bit of a grey area.