Tag: Real Estate Law.

Evictions During the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Cameron G. Woodward, Florida Evictions Attorney As most landlords are no doubt aware, the Biden administration has revised/extended the Covid-19 eviction moratorium in an attempt to delay the eviction of tenants who have failed to pay rent. As things stand currently, it is difficult to anticipate whether any court would issue a Final Judgment […]

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MRTA and HOAs – Are You at Risk?

Homeowner’s associations have become more and more prevalent in Florida over the years. For those that have existed for quite some time, there is a real risk of not being able to collect HOA dues or enforce their covenants and restrictions. So, what may cause this risk you ask? That would be the Marketable Record […]

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Steps to Obtaining Florida Residency

Whether you are splitting time between Florida and another state for pleasure, business, school, or for retirement, there are benefits to obtaining Florida Residency, and much of that is attributed to taxes. For example, if you own a home up north but have a home here in Florida to escape the cold winters, you might […]

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Purchasing Title Insurance as Part of a Real Estate Closing

By Mark J. Woodward, Esq., Florida Real Estate Attorney A flawed title. This hidden hazard can ruin a real estate investment and jeopardize those who have an interest in the sale, including developers, real estate agents, home buyers and mortgage lenders. Whether it is a seemingly insignificant error in the public records or more serious […]

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