Hiring an Independent Real Estate Attorney Instead of a Real Estate Agent Referred Attorney (Part 3 of 3)

You should never rely solely on the recommendation of your real estate agent for a Fort Lauderdale real estate lawyer due to the inherent conflict of interest that your agent has. Although you are free to hire anyone you want, it is in your best interest to do your own research to find an experienced […]

Hiring an Independent Real Estate Attorney Instead of a Real Estate Agent Referred Attorney (Part 2 of 3 )

If you ever feel pressured to finalize a real estate deal from a South Florida real estate lawyer or from your agent be very cautious. Your interest is not the same as the interest of your real estate agent at the point of closing, and there may be parts of the deal that you would […]

Hiring an Independent Real Estate Attorney Instead of a Real Estate Agent Referred Attorney (Part 1 of 3)

There are several types of real estate transactions and circumstances where you should consider hiring an independent Fort Lauderdale real estate attorney to represent you. An experienced real estate attorney will ensure that your interests are protected, and it is well worth the cost if you are even slightly concerned about the deal.

Situations where a Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Attorney can Offer Beneficial Services during a Closing (Part 3 of 3)

It’s never a good idea to assume that every real estate transaction will go perfectly. If a deal goes sour there’s no better friend to have than an experienced Fort Lauderdale real estate attorney. There are also an infinite number of potential legal questions and concerns that can come up during the process of a […]

Misconceptions Regarding Attorneys and Their Role in Real Estate Transactions (Part 2 of 3)

As discussed in the previous article, there are many reasons why a buyer or seller would choose to have a Fort Lauderdale title examination & insurance attorney represent them at closing and manage the transaction.

South Florida Real Estate Lawyer versus a Title Company (Part 1 of 3)

In the state of Florida both attorneys and title companies are allowed to issue title insurance. In Florida it is not required to hire a South Florida real estate lawyer for a real estate closing, but there are several distinct advantages to working with one.

South Florida Construction Boom Continues

South Florida is currently in a residential construction boom that started in May 2011 and has resulted in nearly 50 new condo towers being constructed throughout the region. Developers are planning on constructing or currently constructing 186 total condo towers. During the last boom that started in 2003 and ended in 2007 developers constructed 245 […]

5 Tips for Buying a South Florida Luxury Waterfront Property

Purchasing a South Florida luxury waterfront property is a major decision, and you should strongly consider talking with an experienced South Florida luxury residential real estate attorney or other real estate expert who can help find the right property for you. Below are five tips that will help you narrow down the choices as you […]

South Florida Home Prices Increase

The Miami Association of Realtors recently reported that home prices in South Florida increased in December 2013, showing that the housing market is continuing to recover. The median price for a single family home in Miami-Dade County increased a substantial 15 percent in December 2013 compared to a year earlier. As the market continues to […]

Luxury Waterfront Properties in Palm Beach

Palm Beach, known as “The Island,” is an exclusive barrier island separated from the cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth by the Intracoastal Waterway. Palm Beach’s development is credited to Henry Flagler who built luxury resorts, the Hotel Royal Poinciana and The Breakers, and made Palm Beach accessible by the Florida East Coast […]