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Secondary Markets Prosper in 2019

Gateway Cities It used to be that the gateway cities – New York, Washington, Los Angeles, among others – were by far the most desirable places to invest in real estate in the United States. But this is beginning to change. As those real estate markets become saturated and young homebuyers look for more affordable […]

How Experiential Design is the New Office Space Trend

New Trend In Office Design In order to make smart investment decisions, you’ll want to stay up to speed on current office space trends – particularly among tenants that lease commercial buildings. The experiential design is one of these trends, and perhaps the most important new trend in office space design. Businesses know that clients […]

Commercial Real Estate Trends in 2019

Upcoming Commercial Real Estate Trends As 2019 arrives, there are numerous expected trends in commercial real estate that will shape the industry both locally in South Florida and nationally. Below are some of the top trends to expect, and if you have any questions about how these trends will affect the local market, consider meeting […]

How Will Hurricane Irma Impact the South Florida Real Estate Market?

After Hurricane Irma, real estate professionals in South Florida are assessing the damages and trying to determine what impact, if any, it will have on the market in the short and long term. Because of the fact that Irma was not as severe as anticipated, the expectation is that the hurricane will have a minimal […]

Always Hire a South Florida Real Estate Lawyer Before you Sign a Contract

 Signing a real estate contract before hiring a South Florida real estate lawyer is almost always a mistake and can result in major financial losses to you if an issue arises at any point after the contract has been signed. For instance, problems with the structure such as mold, flooding or foundation issues can spring […]

First Time Buyers Should Hire a Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Attorney to Review Their Contract

 Although everyone should hire a Fort Lauderdale real estate attorney to review their real estate agreements, it’s especially important for first time buyers to hire a lawyer right at the beginning of negotiations or even prior to negotiations. First time buyers do not have the experience to be able to review the terms of a contract on […]

Luxury Waterfront Properties in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is sometimes known as the “Venice of America” because of its expansive and intricate canal system. There are over one-hundred miles of waterways within the city limits. Along these waterways are numerous luxury residential real estate properties. Many of the properties are located on ocean-access canals leading to the Intracoastal Waterway. Others are […]

Real Estate Lawyers Perform Title Examinations

Title examination is a key component to a real estate transaction. A proper examination ensures the property is fit for sale. A Fort Lauderdale title examination & insurance attorney can perform a title examination for a real estate transaction. Title examination occurs while a property is under contract. The examination should discover any encumbrances that […]

Residential Real Estate Disclosures in South Florida Area

The doctrine of caveat emptor was the rule of law governing disputes from the sale of residential real property. Seller’s disclosures were not required. The seller of real property was not liable or responsible to the buyer for a defective condition in the real property that existed at the time the seller transferred possession to […]

High-End Home Flipping Increases

A Florida Realtors news article discussed RealtyTrac’s Q3 2013 Home Flipping Report. The Report indicated that Florida was second in the nation in third quarter home flips with 4,706. Only California had more with 8,592. The Report considered a home “flipped” where it was purchased and subsequently sold again within six months.