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April 2015 Archives

Advocates seek to protect tenants living in foreclosed properties

In our last post we wrote about a couple who were facing foreclosure on a home that they sold many years before. In that post we mentioned that a lawyer could be of assistance in helping to resolve foreclosure issues. This is not the only type of foreclosure problem that someone could face.

Real estate broker cannot use name of development when marketing

There are many reasons why a real estate development might be involved in a lawsuit with another entity. Disputes can arise between virtually any party involved and could be based on a wide variety of issues. Sometimes they arise as a result of the work performed. Other times it is due to the quality of materials used. In still other situations there could be an issue with acquiring the desired land or securing the zoning or funding necessary to move the project forward. 

Couple faces foreclosure for property sold over 20 years ago

When a home is foreclosed upon it can be difficult for the owners to come to terms with the event. In addition to being hard to physically move from a property, it can be emotionally difficult as well. The ramifications are not only physical and emotional, they are also financial.

Higher commercial property values may prompt real estate disputes

Readers are likely well aware of how hard property values in the state of Florida were hit as a result of the recession that struck in the first decade of this century. After several years of low property values research conducted by Green Street Advisors indicates that commercial property values have rebounded and continue to climb throughout the United States. In fact, in March of this year they were up 87 percent since their lowest mark in 2009. What’s more, they are 14 percent higher now, than they were at their last peak, in 2007.

Florida apartment complex includes Social Media Addendum in lease

Contracts are a necessity to the success of a business. They are entered into every day, sometimes with other companies and other times with individuals. An example of the latter situation is where an individual enters into a lease with a property owner. While the first thing that likely comes to mind when a breach of contract is mentioned in this context is the failure of the tenant to pay the landlord, it could arise should the resident fail to perform another element of the contract as well.

Consumers to receive restitution from Florida material suppliers

When it comes to any type of construction project there are many things that go into it being successful. While certainly quality workmanship is a component, the materials used should meet a certain standard as well. In addition, the contracts entered into to secure these goods should meet certain requirements. When they don’t the success of an entire project can be at stake.

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