Florida Deeds Explained: What You Need to Know Before Transferring Florida Real Estate

Imagine you are purchasing or selling a property in Florida. You've agreed on the terms, negotiated the price, and discovered the ideal bargain. However, a formal document transferring ownership of the property from the grantor (i.e., current owner or seller) to the grantee (i.e., future owner or buyer) must be signed before you can...

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The Importance of Due Diligence in Commercial Real Estate Transactions

The term caveat emptor is not widely known among most real estate buyers and investors, but it is one of the most important and consequential legal principles of Commercial Real Estate transactions. Latin for “let the buyer beware,” it means that the buyer alone is responsible for verifying the quality and suitability...

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Navigating the Unity of Title Process with the Help of Real Estate Attorneys

The Unity of Title Process is a foundational requirement for many real estate developments, from single families to duplexes and condominiums. It is also used for commercial projects. Obtaining a Unity of Title often requires an Opinion of Title, which is a separate process that entails various forms and procedures. Understanding this two-step...

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