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Two types of properties when it comes to Florida Real Estate are Residential and Commercial. Residential real estate refers to properties intended for people to reside in, such as houses, apartments, etc. Commercial real estate refers to a building or land intended to generate profit from capital gain or rental income, such as a storefront, apartment … Read more

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When purchasing a home or office space, there are many factors to consider before closing on a property. Once you have found a property that you think you want to purchase, you want to make sure that you do your research before the closing. Before you make an offer on the property, it may be a … Read more

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Most people think that in order to be an entrepreneur you need to start a new business; this is not true. Many entrepreneurs start their businesses by buying an existing business. Buying an existing business in Florida can be more advantageous than starting from the ground up and can save the business owner a lot … Read more

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When purchasing a property, one of the most important things is to perform a proper title search and purchase title insurance. If you do not, then you could very easily lose that property. Forgery: If a title search is not performed, then there is no way of knowing that the person selling you the house … Read more

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House prices in England and Wales reached an all-time high in July primarily due to a huge demand for property. Due to these high home prices, many English residents are buying real estate elsewhere, including Florida. The average price of a two-bedroom flat or maisonette in Wales is currently £230,000, or approximately $357,098.00. According to … Read more

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Florida house flipping is a profitable business. Large companies such as Taylor Morrison, Neal Communities, Lennar, and Pulte group are capitalizing on the declining inventory of homes for sale, increased demand from buyers, low interest rates, the improving economy, and greater consumer confidence. Florida currently is responsible for 13 percent of house flipping nationwide, second … Read more

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Eviction in Florida

Posted on May 23, 2013 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

Our Florida real estate attorneys handle Landlord/ Tenant law, including evictions, throughout the state of Florida. Under Florida law, a landlord can evict a tenant for any of the following reasons: -          Non-payment of rent -          Violation of lease provisions -          Noise violations -          Fighting or disruptive behavior There are specific steps that a landlord … Read more

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Orlando has been named the best city in the nation for house-flipping according to a report released by RealtyTrac. The city was the most profitable housing market for house-flippers in 2012, with Lakeland and Tampa, Florida close behind. House flippers are investors who purchase a home in order to turn around and sell it, usually … Read more

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If you are selling a home in Florida, there are certain things that you must disclose to potential buyers. If you home was built before 1978, then you must comply with federal regulations set forth by the Residential Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992. These regulations include: – Disclosing all known lead-based paint … Read more

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Landlord and Tenant disputes are hardly rare in the legal system, and many times the issues are the result of a poorly drafted lease agreement in which the tenant or landlord did not know their rights and responsibilities. Language in a lease agreement is of the utmost importance. One of the best examples of this … Read more

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