Purchasing real estate is a big expense. It is imperative that you have everything in order when you make this purchase. One thing to remember is the importance of some of the paperwork in these cases. We recently discussed some of the disclosures that are required in Florida. When any requisite disclosures are missing, there is a chance this omission could lead to legal action.
When a seller is looking to generate interest in their property, they often make concessions to move the process along. They may offer to make repairs or to upgrade appliances, to pay closing costs or homeowners' association fees or offer a home warranty. Others simply competitively price their homes. While these can help get a home sold, sellers are required to make certain disclosures as required under Florida law.
A Florida man has been sued by his neighbors, who claim he has neglected to maintain his four-bedroom, four-bathroom house in Jacksonville, according to media reports.
The U.S. Federal government is seeking to seize the "Porsche Design Tower," a condominium in Sunny Isle Beach, that's been embroiled in a billion-dollar Venezuelan money laundering scandal. According to federal prosecutors, the real estate project has played a pivotal role in a massive scheme to siphon money from Venezuela's government-run oil enterprise, PDVSA, and launder it through fraudulent Miami-area real estate investments.
Knowing that you'll be going through a foreclosure can bring on a lot of stress before you even start the process. Once it gets underway, that stress only increases. This is a complex legal process, it has a drastic impact on your life and it all stems from financial trouble that was stressful enough to start with.
If you're involved in a real estate litigation dispute, there's probably a lot of money at stake. For this reason, you may want to look into your options for legal representation to increase your chances of defending your rights to achieving a favorable result. At Frese Whitehead & Anderson, PA, we assist litigants in every area of real estate litigation law.
The laws that govern a homeowners' association are often very limiting for the individuals who spent good money on their property. These HOAs have to do what they feel is best for all members of the association, but there are times when this can seriously limit the freedoms that each homeowner should have. We recently discussed the case of the veteran who was taking the HOA to court over his right to fly the American flag. This is a horrible situation for a person who served in the military to be placed in.
A Florida man is suing the homeowners association in his former condominium community, seeking to recoup money he lost in a long-running dispute with the association – and more. He recently got a court date for a trial, and he's seeking $1 million.
Are you considering the purchase of a new home in Melbourne? Your credit history could affect your ability to get approved for the mortgage to buy the property. Those with strong credit and considerable cash reserves that they can use as a down payment have a higher likelihood of getting approved for a good mortgage. If you're concerned about your eligibility to gain approval, consider the following questions:
Your long, trying task of finding the perfect Florida house is over. You found a beautiful place with just the right square footage and a pool, and it sits on a corner lot in the most well-kept neighborhood of all the ones you explored. You make an offer. It's accepted.