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Navigating the Real Estate Landscape in 2018

Posted by Jane F. Bolin, Esq. | Jan 02, 2019 | 0 Comments

Real estate tips and legal advice

Laws and regulations have a way of changing on us just when we think we've learned all there is about owning property in Florida. If you're a member of a community association, which includes condo associations and homeowners' associations, there's, even more, to learn and remember.

This past year was a great year in information sharing, and we made it our mission to keep you abreast of changes and things you should know about what landlords and community associations can do. We don't like seeing people treated unfairly, so we've made it easier than ever to get all the knowledge we shared in 2018 in one spot! Take a few moments and brush up on tips, regulations, and community associations in our at-a-glance 2018 blog database.

What's to know about real estate law in Florida?

What Qualifies as HOA Abuse?

Disputing with Your Homeowner Association?

What You Need to Know About Florida's AS IS Real Estate Law

Why You Should Survey Your Florida Property

Quit Claim Deeds: The Fastest Way to Transfer Property Between Trusted Parties

What You Should Know About Deed-Restricted HOA Communities

What You Need to Know About Florida's Real Estate Doc Stamps

There are Frick and Frack…but Who Is FREC?

Florida Landlords Can't Help Themselves When It Comes to Evicting Tenants

KPIs: They Work for Community Associations, Too

Navigating Florida's Real Estate Referral Law

Perception vs. Reality: How to Help New Community Association Board Members Adjust and Accept Their Responsibilities.

Establishing Values in Your Community Association

Overcoming Decision Paralysis for a More Effective Community Association

Organizations for Community Associations: Why It Matters

Community Association Managers: Are They Worth It?

My Landlord Hasn't Fixed the Serious Problem I Reported. Can I Withhold the Rent Money?

What Are KPIs? Should Your Association Use Them?

How an Action for Partition Works Under Florida State Law

Good Pages Make Good Neighbors

How to Make Sure You Get Your Security Deposit Back

What to Do if You Don't Get Your Security Deposit Back

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Jane F. Bolin, Esq.

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