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Category: Real Estate

What To Do When Facing A Home Foreclosure

Many Americans are getting behind on their bills in these hard economic times. Running behind on mortgage payments can result in possible home foreclosure. Homeowners have options when they are facing this unfortunate circumstance. Trying to prevent foreclosure on your own can be a big and life-changing mistake. An experienced attorney can fight for you…

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When Should You Consider a Reverse Mortgage?

You’ve heard of mortgages, but have you ever heard of reverse mortgages? These are unique types of house payments eligible for people over the age of 62 with considerable amounts of equity in their property. When seniors need additional funds not included in their fixed retirement income for certain expenses, they can get the money…

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How Can An Attorney Help With Lease Preparation?

Lawyers do more than defend the rights of the accused: they can also help property owners develop and finalize leases for renters. These types of lawyers who specialize in lease preparation are usually real estate lawyers. Their primary role may be to serve as a preparer and or negotiator between landlords and tenants so both…

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What Should Be Included In Commercial Lease Agreements?

It’s important to understand the foundations of a commercial lease agreement – whether your business is growing and it’s time to move from your home office to formal office space or open a new business. Leasing office or retail space can be a complex process, and it’s important to make sure that you cover all…

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Can You Renegotiate A Mortgage In Florida?

If you’re struggling to pay your mortgage, you have options before having your lender foreclose on your home (the ultimate worst-case scenario). With the help of a real estate attorney, you can successfully renegotiate your mortgage. Part of your negotiation may include a loan modification so you can still continue making payments. Read on to…

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Do I Get To Choose My Own Closing Attorney?

Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you can make as an adult. Sometimes, the legal side of this purchase can be a bit complicated. In transferring ownership of property from one person to another, a closing attorney can help close the gaps smoothly. In the state of Florida, it is not…

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Boundary Disputes: Can Property Lines Change Over Time?

Bad neighbors are an unfortunate reality. While some people invite the family next door over for BBQ and sports games, others threaten a lawsuit. Boundary disputes, in particular, are a common disagreement that can lead to awkward moments when taking out the trash. So, what can you do about a boundary dispute, and how can…

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What Is A Reverse Mortgage?

Florida is home to more seniors than any other state in the country with nearly 20% of the population being people who are 65 or older. Sadly, many of these seniors also experience financial difficulties, causing them to consider taking out a reverse mortgage on their home. Here the Law Offices of Gary I. Handin…

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Real Estate Law: Florida Land Development & Regulations

From a commercial or residential perspective, real estate law in Florida can be tricky to understand. Florida requires that any development plans be consistent with local, regional, and state laws. To get clearance to develop a piece of land, you need to come up with a comprehensive plan that addresses all the regulatory restrictions in…

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Evicting A Problem Tenant In South Florida

As a landlord, sometimes you must make the unpleasant decision to evict a problem tenant. This could be for a variety of reasons: not paying rent, violating the terms of your lease, or violating the law in some way. The state of Florida has a specific course of action for evicting problem tenants, which you…

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