Making sure that all your bases are covered when you are working on a real estate transaction is necessary to ensure that your interests are protected. There are several things that can happen that might require you to take further action when you are in this situation.
You didn't mean to fall behind on your payments, but month after month, you couldn't pay the bill for your home. Now, you've been served a notice, and your home is going to auction.
Residents of Melbourne, Florida, engage in a high volume of real estate transactions. Many of these transactions go well, and lead to development that directly benefits the community. Some of the transactions, however, do not go well, and those can result in real estate litigation. Transactions that go awry can include those for timeshares.
Going through foreclosure is a difficult process whether you own residential or commercial property. Foreclosure is the end of an era for a property owner that has come due to the loss of a job, debt, illness or even the death of a family member. Foreclosures happen across the state of Florida quite often, but you need to make yourself aware of the most common foreclosure scams in order to protect yourself.
When you purchase a home, you will find out if you are bound by the bylaws of a homeowner's association (HOA). The HOA is something that can make life more enjoyable or more difficult, depending on what side of the matter you are on.
There is little more annoying than a neighbor who does not mind his or her own business and who constantly pushes the boundaries of his or her land. If you are tired of dealing with your neighbor's behaviors, you may think that a fence is a good solution. It may be, as long as you follow the laws and know your property's boundaries well.
A Tampa Bay judge has decided that a Riverview family will not be losing their home to foreclosure after making a late $150 homeowner's association (HOA) payment. Although the family's yearlong battle with Rivercrest Community Association started over a small amount, with attorneys' fees and interest that have been added to the amount, the family's debt had grown to north of $7,000.
When real estate deals are made in Melbourne, Florida, buyers and sellers alike hope that everyone involved will honorably live up to the terms of their deal. They also hope that their deal was based on accurate information in the first place. If it was not, there is a basis for real estate litigation.
If you need to sell your home to get out of debt or avoid foreclosure, you should make sure to avoid foreclosure scams. These scams are most obvious because they offer to help you get out of your home easily without any kind of repercussions. They sound far too good to be true, and they typically are too good to be true.
Disclosure is a very important term in the world of real estate in the state of Florida. It doesn't just mean disclosing the state of your home or property in an effort to sell it. Disclosure also involves uncovering other potential issues that could affect your ability to sell the property. Today, we will discuss real estate disclosure in Florida.