Monthly Archives: February 2023
Florida Real Estate Closings, Start To Finish
The anatomy of a Florida real estate closing can be straightforward, but it may also be difficult and confusing to navigate, particularly if the buyer or seller involved has never participated in the process before. There is quite a lot that must go on behind the scenes before the parties ever meet to hand… Read More »
What Is The Difference Between Service Dogs & Emotional Support Animals?
Florida is home to many people with disabilities and other conditions where they might require a bit of extra help. Very often, this comes in the form of assistance animals – service dogs and emotional support animals (ESAs) of all kinds. However, too many people who are new to being disabled or in need… Read More »
How Do I Handle A Squatter On My Property?
A significant minority of Florida properties are actually owned by people and corporations who are primarily based out of state. While in theory, there is nothing wrong with that, it can be problematic for the owner’s wallet, because it is not uncommon for squatters to move into vacant homes and try to assert their… Read More »
New Requirements For Condominium Buildings Take Effect
In September 2022, Florida’s brand new inspection requirements for buildings over 3 stories tall went into effect. The legislature passed sweeping reforms of state laws after the tragic 2021 collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, intending for greater oversight of building quality, as well as increasing requirements for community associations and condominiums in… Read More »