Your Guide to Subletting in Florida

If you’re considering subletting your rental, do so through your landlord and talk to a legal professional if you aren’t sure about your rights If you have to move out before your lease is up, don’t fret. There are legal… Read More

Understand What CC&Rs for HOAs Are

Regulating documents for homeowner associations (HOAs) can be complex and lengthy. Take the time to read and fully understand everything you’re agreeing to. When you buy a home as part of a Florida homeowner association (HOA), the community will be… Read More

Why Your Community Association Should Plan Like a Business

Community associations are essentially businesses, and board members should treat planning and budgeting the way they would approach corporation planning. Here are tips on how to start. Community associations operate like a standard business. Sure, the board members are volunteers… Read More

Get Involved: How to Handle HOA Micromanagement

HOAs can provide big benefits to home owners within a close-knit community. But when do the rules go too far, and the HOA ends up micromanaging? Home owners’ associations (HOAs) can provide many pros to communities, like ensuring security measures… Read More

Navigating the Real Estate Landscape in 2018

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… Read More

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

Security deposits can cause a lot of headaches between tenants and landlords. Understand the rights you have under Florida law, so you can take action against a deduction claim or missing deposit check if necessary. A common dispute that arises… Read More

How to Make Sure You Get Your Security Deposit Back

What can be deducted from your deposit and what can’t? In Florida, there is no limit on the amount a landlord can charge for a security deposit (though some cities and counties may implement caps). This means you could have… Read More

What Qualifies as HOA Abuse?

What is considered acceptable or unacceptable behavior? If you are part of a homeowner association (HOA), you may have already witnessed or experienced disagreements that can arise between the HOA board and community members. When new rules are implemented, or… Read More

Disputing with Your Homeowner Association?

Here’s what you need to know about disagreements with your Homeowner Association If you recently purchased a home that is part of a homeowner association (HOA), you may worry that you won’t align with the HOA board on everything. These… Read More

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

AS IS doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with the home If you’re buying or selling a piece of real estate in the state of Florida, you’re likely going to see the contract written on what’s known as the FAR/BAR Contract…. Read More


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