What is Duty to Disclose? Under Florida law, a seller is not required to provide a buyer a property disclosure form, however, realtors along with their sellers must notify buyers of any significant property defects that the seller is aware of and may not be easily visible to the buyer, which materially affect the residential real […]
Category: Real Estate Litigation
Contracts are legally binding documents that are typically signed and agreed upon by two parties or more. Unfortunately, these legally binding documents aren’t always honored. If either party who agreed to the contract decides to or cannot fulfill their end of the bargain, there are likely to be legal repercussions involved. In case of a […]
Finding the right home for your family can be a stressful task, so here are some tips for making an offer on a home. 1. Know How Offers Function As a buyer you should have a basic understanding on how offers on real estate function, so you can be highly involved and competitive in the […]
Selling your home doesn’t mean you’re free of any liability for it. Most, if not all, buyers of residential property obtain a title insurance policy in case something wrong with the property is discovered after the closing while the buyers are living there. But what about the sellers? Most sellers do not obtain a title […]
This article discusses the three most common types of real estate litigation disputes, the traditional context. In recent years, the statistics surrounding the number of small business involved in some type of real estate litigation have risen to a range between 36% to 53% according to a 2018 Forbes report. As reported by Forbes, as […]
Property Owner’s Rights post sale of property was recently determined by the Appellate Court. Ferrer Law Group secured a significant win in favor of its client, a condo owner, in a dispute with his condominium association, where the Association was attempting to foreclose on the owner’s unit for unpaid maintenance. Ferrer Law Group was successful […]
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