Whether buying or selling property in Florida, there are certain situations that call for the legal assistance an attorney can provide. The following post breaks down the real estate sale process, noting the benefit an attorney can provide before, during and even after the closing process.
The partial government shutdown has entered its fourth week, leaving many Americans to question the reach of the shutdown’s impact. This piece will specifically address how the shutdown affects real estate transactions.
A real estate contract is a complex legal document. A failure to draft a proper document can result in a void contract or legal battles. Parties to a real estate transaction can reduce this risk by avoiding some of the more common errors that occur during real estate deals.
Technological advances impact every facet of our life. We now use phones that allow us to work and keep in contact with loved ones virtually anywhere, at any time. We have vehicles that continue to move closer to full autonomy. What could be next?
Real estate contracts may include a right of first refusal provision. This provision allows the holder the opportunity to match purchase term agreement offered by a third party.
The "as is" real estate contract can bring many reactions. Some may see it as an opportunity for a good deal, others a deal to avoid. This case provides some valuable lessons to anyone that finds themselves in the former group.
The real estate market in Florida is booming. This is particularly true in Fort Lauderdale, which has become a hub for those interested in both the residential and commercial markets. As noted in a recent piece published by Forbes, investors interested in everything from luxury living quarters to office space have found what they were looking for in this market — and opportunities continue to abound.
The decision to sell your home is never an easy one, even if you have to move because of work or some other important reason. As you prepare to list the home on the market in Fort Lauderdale, you will want to make sure you have all the required legal documents in order. Preparing these documents prior to listing the home can make the sale a smooth one for both parties.
Selling your home for the first time can be exciting, stressful and upsetting all wrapped into one. You are moving on from your very first home with your spouse or partner and finding a new place to live. This can be difficult emotionally for all of you, especially if you have children. Here are some important tips for those who are selling their home for the first time in Fort Lauderdale.
As you prepare to buy or sell a home, there is a very important aspect of the transaction that should never be overlooked — the home inspection. All properties must be properly inspected prior to signing contracts in real estate transactions. The reason for this is so any issues found can be disclosed and repaired prior to new ownership taking over. Here's how you can find an excellent home inspector.