Although the recent pandemic has encouraged many individuals to consider what would happen upon death, the majority of folks believe they have time to overcome this issue when considering planning
One comment I often hear is that if you are not obtaining financing, title insurance would not be necessary.
Open permits are becoming a prevalent issue with residential real estate closings in Collier County Florida. This has become particularly true following Hurricane Irma in the fall of 2017.
On the surface, it may sound like a good idea to report the sales price of your real estate transaction lower than the actual value paid, particularly if furnishings are included.
I am certain most everyone is familiar with the age-old adage “if it sounds too good to be true…” yet buyers purchasing foreclosures are falling for this trick every day.
I’m a great believer in full-time professional Realtors, not just the part-time Realtors that hang their license with an office hoping to cash in on a commission check when a close friend or relati
Listing Agents should familiarize their foreign sellers with the new withholding requirements under F.I.R.P.TA.
Florida homestead status is an important concept that appears in three different sections of the Florida State Constitution.
Whenever the sales contract for residential improved property is used, there is the potential that sales tax may be due if any furnishings are included in the sale.
Quite frequently individuals convey property post-closing from their individual names to a corporation or lim