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The role of an attorney in real estate transactions

When buying or selling a home, a lot of people can get involved in the process. Real estate transactions, whether in Florida or elsewhere, are not small things. A lot is on the line, particularly money. A real estate attorney can help a client ensure everything is on the up and up, and that his or her investment is adequately protected.

What happens at a real estate closing?

When buying a home in Florida or elsewhere, closing day is a day of excitement. Most people just want to get it over with and get moved into their new homes. Before just signing one's life away, though, it is important to understand everything that happens during a real estate closing, what can go wrong and how an attorney can help throughout the process.

Florida real estate sale: Co-owned property

There are various reasons why two or more people will want to put money toward buying a piece of real estate together in Florida or elsewhere. If you are in this type of situation, do not forget to make sure that your portion of the investment is legally protected. An experienced real estate attorney can help with the many different aspects of a partition real estate sale or purchase.

For what reasons can I terminate a property lease?

It is not uncommon for property owners, from time-to-time, to feel the need to remove tenants from their properties -- whether business or residential. Terminating a property lease is not something that can be done on a whim, however. In the state of Florida, an owner must have a valid, legal reason for ending a lease early.

Considering a real estate purchase this year? Things to know.

Whether one is dealing in residential or commercial real estate, there is a lot happening on both fronts in Florida this year. When it comes to real estate matters, things are looking good for the Orlando area. For anyone looking to make a real estate purchase in 2016, there are a few things to consider.

Get the most out of your property lease

Leasing out residential properties has turned out to be a great investment for numerous Florida residents. Getting the most out of a property lease is not always easy, though, especially for those who are new to the landlord scene. This is where seeking legal assistance with buying properties and preparing contracts may prove to be extremely valuable.

Finalizing real estate transactions involves many steps

Real estate deals are more than picking out properties and writing checks or signing loan documents. There are actually quite a few steps that must be taken in order to successfully close real estate transactions. For those in Florida or elsewhere, skipping any of these steps can lead to significant problems.

Who can complete a title examination?

Handling real estate matters can actually get quite complicated. There simply is a lot more to it than putting up a for sale sign and accepting an offer. Details, paperwork and ensuring any legal issues are properly addressed can make dealing with real estate in Florida or elsewhere somewhat problematic. There are many different elements of a real estate transaction, one being the title examination.

Things to know about Florida property lease laws

Across the country, there are numerous individuals in the rental property game. This can be a great investment, or it can be a reasonable way to maintain payments on a space that cannot yet be sold. As is true for every state, Florida has very specific property lease laws that owners need to be aware of before drafting rental contracts.

Considering a real estate purchase as an investment?

The real estate market has certainly seen improvements in the last few years. So much so, that more people, in Florida and across the country, are considering getting into the market for investment purposes. Anyone thinking about making a real estate purchase in order to diversify his or her portfolio would be wise to ensure that the investment is legally protected.

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