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Buying a home is an exciting and emotional time for many people. To help you buy your home with more confidence, make sure you get the owner’s title insurance.
Here’s why it’s so important for you:
1. Protects your largest investment
2. Reduces your risk
3. You can’t beat the value
4. Covers your heirs
5. Nothing compares.
6. 8 in 10 homebuyers agree
7. Peace of mind
There are different options on how to purchase a property. Are you purchasing the property as a sole owner, a married couple, a corporate entity, or multiple individuals? Before closing, you consult your real estate attorney about your options, different tenancies have different legal and tax implications.
If you think how you are listed on the title of property does not matter, you are wrong! It affects not only your property rights but how that property will be transferred should something like divorce, death, lawsuits or bankruptcy happen. Only an attorney can give you legal advice!
Did you know Florida Statutes have very specific deadlines and requirements that govern landlord-tenant issues? If as a landlord, you fail to follow the right steps, you cannot keep a security deposit even if your property was destroyed! Contact us, so you do not make a costly mistake!
When making an offer for a new property, it is essential to calculate the insurance cost, property taxes, and homeowner’s association dues, if applicable. This could take you from affordable to not in your range. Always make sure you are working with knowledgeable realtors, mortgage brokers and, of course, your real estate lawyers! We take the lead in coordinating your team for closing.
It might be tempting to skip a home inspection when buying a property… DON’T! Home inspections will alert you to small or LARGE issues in your potential purchase. Many times these findings can be used to negotiate a better price!
Shareholder agreements and operating agreements protect your business, your partners and You! Don’t wait until something goes wrong. These agreements will provide a blueprint for how your business is run and how the interactions will work between shareholders.
Documents: The buyer will sign a variety of documents relating to the mortgage loan and the sale of the home.
Payments: The buyers pay their closing costs, the real estate agents get paid, the sellers receive their proceeds from the sale.
Transfer: The property title is transferred from the seller to the buyer. The buyers receive the keys to their new home.
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