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December 2018 Archives

What can you do to make a good construction contractor choice?

When you have something that you want to have built on your home or on your property, it is important to make sure you find the right construction team. The right contractor will have a license and be able to support a history of good work with references.

Florida in first place with first-time homeowners

Florida has been the first to do many things, but right now it's the first in the nation for first-time homebuyers. A recent report shows that first-time homebuyers are taking up the largest portion of the market in 2018, and Florida is benefiting significantly.

Florida's residential real estate booming

If you're looking to buy or sell a home, something that is important to you is if the economy is stable and if the housing market is going to continue to climb. You don't want to purchase a home when prices are high, and similarly, you don't want to sell a home when you'd get less money out of it.

3 tips for protecting at-risk intellectual property

Research and development are an important part of a business's work. During research and development phases, new medications, products and even foods are created for consumers. R&D has the potential to set up a company for success, but if the intellectual property isn't protected well, it could be exposed and cause unnecessary risk to the company.

Here's what to do if you find undisclosed material defects

A lack of disclosure is a serious problem for people who have just purchased a home. Without disclosing an issue, there is no way for someone to know about serious problems that a home has. Finding out about these home defects after the sale is frustrating, and it's something many people have to deal with.

3 tips for business owners to avoid contract disputes

If you are a small business owner, chances are you rely on contracts to accomplish a variety of projects. Because of the widespread use of contracts, contract disputes are some of the most common legal hurdles of running a business. Disagreements and delays can result in serious losses for your company. 

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