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How to Rent with an Eviction on Your Record

Trying to find a new place to live with an eviction on your record is like trying to swim with an anchor tied around your waist. Many renters find themselves facing skepticism from potential landlords, making what should be an exciting search feel like an uphill battle. However, understanding your e ...

What is a Breach of Contract in Real Estate?

A contract for a residential lease or purchase spells out all the expectations and responsibilities of all parties involved. These documents aren't just formalities; think of it as a legal blueprint for the relationship between homeowners or landlords and tenants. Typical components of a Florida res ...

How to Look Up a Lien on Property

You’re about to buy your first home. It’s an exciting time, but as you get excited about a recent gem of a house you've found, you realize that it has old debts on it. Unfortunately, this happens quite often, which is why it’s so important to check for liens. It’s a key step to make sure your new ho ...

Can You Break a Lease in Florida?

Breaking a lease in Florida is a decision that should not be taken lightly. It could be because of personal circumstances, such as a job relocation, or more distressing situations like unsuitable living conditions. But regardless, understanding the legal framework and potential consequences is cruci ...

Types of Property Deeds in Florida

In Florida, property deeds are essential documents in real estate transactions, serving as the official means by which ownership is transferred. While many assume that holding a mortgage equates to owning property, it is actually the deed that confers ownership rights. Given that, it's a really impo ...

How Adverse Possession Works in Florida

Property is one of the most valuable investments you can focus your capital on. In the best case scenarios, you can purchase your land, improve it, rent it out, or live on it without any disruptions. But what about when it’s necessary to leave it unoccupied for some time. Perhaps your development fi ...

How Long Does a Real Estate Contract Last?

In the realm of property transactions, the real estate contract serves as the cornerstone, delineating the terms under which the sale and purchase of a property will proceed. For both buyers and sellers, understanding the duration of a real estate contract is crucial, as it impacts planning, financi ...

Contingent vs Noncontingent Offers in Real Estate

Simply put, a contingent offer includes conditions that must be met for the transaction to proceed, whereas a noncontingent offer does not, making it a straightforward proposal to purchase. Understanding Contingent Offers A contingent offer in real estate is essentially an offer to buy a property ...

Can A Tenent Be Compensated for Landlord Harrassment?

As a tenant, landlord harassment is a significant issue. While they may own the property, Florida’s laws outline that you have a right to occupy it in peace, without undue disturbance or discrimination. If landlords overstep the mark, there can be consequences.  So, can a tenant be compensated fo ...

Ad Valorem vs Non Ad Valorem: What to Know

Welcome to the complex world of property taxes in Florida, a crucial aspect for every property owner and potential buyer in the Sunshine State. Understanding the nuances between Ad Valorem and Non Ad Valorem taxes is not just about fulfilling a legal obligation; it's about making informed decisions ...

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