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Residential construction is booming again in Florida, with new housing starts up almost 20% in 2016, according to HBWeekly.com. When you buy a new home from a developer, Florida law mandates that it must be habitable and fit for its intended purpose. In legal terms, this is known as an “implied warranty of fitness.”
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Because buying or selling a house is one of the largest financial transactions most people will ever make, there is a larger potential for legal action if things go sideways. A lot of times, the real estate agent will bear the brunt of the blame and may find himself or herself defending a lawsuit.
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Do you need title insurance? The short answer is yes. Check out the article published by +Washington Post to know more in detail. #Realestate http://wapo.st/1USS4O9
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When Should You Hire A Real Estate Attorney

Hiring a real estate attorney at the right time can protect you when things are going wrong. By starting your relationship early with an attorney who is an expert in real estate matters you can be assured they will be ready to help when you need it the most. Otherwise scrambling at the last minute for legal advice can leave you confused as to who best can help you.

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Watch out: The explosion of online vacation rental services has prompted many localities to adopt ordinances regulating the activity.
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This complex question is made more unclear by the ongoing conflict between state and federal laws.
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Starting 1/1/16, you'll have a new way to avoid probate on real property transfers: a revocable transfer on death deed for real property.
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