Many jurisdictions require individuals selling their homes to make certain disclosures about any known defects that their house may have to potential buyers. Despite this, it's possible for a new owner to end up with a home with defects that they didn't anticipate it having. There are some legal options available to them if this happens in Florida.
Many Florida homeowners have their own docks and other structures leading out to the water. These can become the subject of legal disputes between neighbors. One such case in Holmes Beach has garnered some media attention.
If you have purchased a property and want to build onto it, you may be looking into working with a construction team. If you do want to work with a team, then there are some things you can do to make the process easier.
When you're preparing to work with a construction team, the most important thing to do is to make sure you have a well-drafted construction contract. A well-prepared contract is legally binding and protects you against damages that any construction team could cause to your property.
When you hire someone to do work on your business' new site, you want to make sure it's up to the standard you need and within your budget. The last thing you want to learn is that the budget you set won't be enough for your project. This is especially difficult when the construction already began.
When you're ready to buy a home, you want to know that any construction work that has been done on it was done professionally. If you ask the homeowner to make repairs, it's also important to know that they're being done by a certified or licensed professional. If not, you could later find that there is more trouble with your home than you expected.
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.
As a business owner, you know that things don't always go as planned -- and that can also happen when you're working with a contractor on your building. Concrete problems are particularly common.
If you are in the market for a new home, specifically new home construction, you likely have a lot of worries. Buying a home from a developer that is building a number of homes at once can be stressful. These development projects can include anywhere from as little as 10 homes to upwards of dozens of homes. With a project of this scale, you will rightfully worry about the quality of construction used in building the homes. Today, we will take a look at how you can protect yourself when buying a home from a developer.
A construction site can be one of the most dangerous places for both workers and visitors. Accidents can happen at a moment's notice, even at sites where safety is the focus of every activity. That's why every construction site should have a construction site supervisor. The supervisor should be on the site for the entirety of the day, or at least until when work stops for the day.