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Category: Real Estate

A Beginner’s Guide To Florida Title Insurance Law

What is title insurance law? In essence, a title is the basis for owning property. If you buy a home, you should receive a title. This proves your right to own the property and use it. Keep in mind that how you use a property depends on zoning regulations for the property. This means that…

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Real Estate Law: What Is Title Underwriting?

One of the most important purchases you will make in life is your home. Most of the time, the buying process goes relatively smoothly. For others, it can be a bit of a nightmare without title insurance. This insurance is a prerequisite for every homebuyer; not getting it could result in preventable complications that can…

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How A Real Estate Attorney Can Help With Escrow

There are many factors involved in the process of buying a home – some of which you may not be thinking about as you pick out furniture, decide on paint colors, and start packing up your stuff. One such factor of home ownership is escrow, which involves a third party – as in, not the…

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What Is A Title Policy?

A title policy is something every title insurance attorney is familiar with. However, the concept can be strange to those who haven’t spent years studying about it. Title insurance protects both the future homeowner and even the seller from any defects in the title. This means that if there is anything wrong with the title…

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Lawyer Tips: Your Guide To Buying Commercial Real Estate In Florida

Investing in commercial property can have a huge payoff, but it is crucial to understand how it differs from residential property. This helpful guide to buying commercial real estate in Florida from the experts at Handin Law shows the risks and rewards of investing. The Basics To Buying Commercial Real Estate The most crucial aspect…

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Real Estate Legal Services: Navigating COVID-19

The pandemic has forced many sectors to adapt their routine practices to ensure safety and accommodate those struggling financially or personally. The real estate field is no exception to these changes. Read this guide to find out what developments you might have missed in real estate legal services. Property Showings From stay-at-home orders and the…

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The Marks Of A Professional Real Estate Lawyer

Navigating real estate law can be a complicated process. Not to mention, purchasing a home can be the most expensive investment you will make in your lifetime. Whether you are required by state law to hire a real estate attorney, or you have decided to hire one to simplify the process, you must make sure…

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When Do You Need A Closing Attorney?

While Florida is one of only 29 states that do not require a closing attorney to be present during the property buying process, there are many benefits to enlisting one. Here the experts at Handin Law explain when and why you need a closing attorney along with exactly how they will help you. What Is…

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Looking For A Real Estate Attorney?

Buying a home is a milestone in life. It’s a big financial investment that is normally paid over the course of 15 – 30 years. Investing in property in Broward County is best done under the guidance and advice of a real estate attorney who is familiar with the state’s laws as well as the…

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COVID-19 & Commercial Lease Agreements: Advice For Lenders

COVID-19 has turned the world on its head and businesses have been forced to adjust their strategies and adapt to the current economic climate. Commercial lease agreements can be a significant financial burden for businesses that are unable to operate as usual and make rent. As a landlord, this may put you in a precarious…

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