• South Florida / Fort Lauderdale & Luxury Residential Real Property Acquisitions and Sales

    Real Estate Closings, Title Examination & Issuance of Title Policies

  • South Florida / Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Contract Preparation and Review

    Real Estate Financing, Real Estate Development & Issuance of Title Policies

  • Real Property Acquisitions & Sales for Office Buildings

    Shopping Centers, Hotels & Apartment Buildings, Commercial Leasing & Retail


What to Consider Before Jumping Into Commercial Real Estate Investing

Investors with experience in residential real estate often consider jumping into commercial for higher potential returns or to diversify their portfolio. Doing so can be lucrative, however, there are several important considerations to bear in mind that a South Florida commercial real estate attorney can explain in more detail to you. As experienced investors will […]

Tips for Buying a Vacation Home in South Florida

Investing in a vacation home in South Florida can be a wise decision, especially if you plan on renting it out when the home is not in use (as 25% of vacation homeowners do). South Florida remains one of the best areas for vacation homes with its beautiful weather and high tourism throughout the year. […]

Trends Affecting Commercial Real Estate in 2017

In 2017, the commercial real estate market in the United States will be influenced by several current trends that are expected to drive growth in many regions and slow down growth in some. If you plan on making a commercial real estate investment in the near future, it is helpful to review some of these […]

Tips for Business Formation in South Florida

Now that 2017 has arrived, many new companies will be launched throughout Florida, some with proper planning and others more haphazardly. If you plan on launching a new business soon, it is always a good idea to meet with a South Florida business formation attorney as soon as possible for advice on the best business […]

Title Problems That Can Affect Your Real Estate Closing

A number of common titles issues can affect your future real estate closing and cause delays. In order to transfer the property from the seller to the buyer, the property must be free of any encumbrances which can include liens, easements, boundary disputes, errors in public records, and others. About one third of real estate […]

Things to Consider Before Purchasing an Income Producing Property

As the South Florida rental market continues to be strong, it remains a good time to consider purchasing an income producing property. Just like any other major investment, you will want to carefully plan it out to guarantee the greatest chance of returning a profit. If you have any questions on how to get started […]

Some of the Most Frequent Legal Issues in Commercial Real Estate

There are a number of Florida laws that regulate commercial real estate, and these laws cover areas such as leasing, purchasing and selling, zoning and land use, disclosure, insurance, and contracts. In this article, we will discuss a few of the most common issues that arise in commercial real estate. If you are involved in […]

Boundary and Property Line Disputes in Florida

Most property owners consider their home and land as their most valuable asset, so it is important for them to have a clear distinction on where their property ends and the next one begins. Boundary disputes can result when there is confusion between neighbors about where property lines really are.   Many homeowners have never […]

Why You Need an Attorney to Review Your Real Estate Purchase Agreement

Whether you are buying or selling a property, the purchase and sale agreement is the single most important document of the transaction and should never be overlooked in its importance. It describes all of the details and terms of the transaction and secures the rights of the buyer and seller. This contract should include every […]

What Should Landlords Include in Their Rental Agreements?

A rental or lease agreement lays out all of the guidelines and rules that both the tenant and the landlord must abide by, and it is a legally binding contract. Neglecting to include important terms in it can result in the lack of a remedy for the landlord if a dispute or problem arises in […]