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What should you consider when buying a condo hotel unit?

If you're looking for a home in Florida to spend your winters where you don't have to worry about dealing with maintenance or landscaping issues and have easy access to fine dining, spa treatments, a golf course and other amenities, you may be considering a condo hotel.

Resolving a conflict with your homeowners' association

Many Floridians live in condominiums, townhouse complexes or other communities where rules are established and enforced by a community association like a homeowners' association (HOA). These rules are typically outlined in a Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs). Most people store what is often a massive document away until there's a problem.

Selling a parent's Florida home after they're gone

The death of a parent can be a devastating experience -- no matter how old you are or what a long, full life they had. However, many baby boomers and younger people are finding themselves responsible for dealing with their parents' homes after they're gone. Often, older people continue to live alone in the family home after their spouse dies rather than move to an assisted living facility.

Why are cash real estate purchases popular in South Florida?

In addition to its year-round sun and beautiful beaches, South Florida lures new homebuyers with its tax-friendly laws. Many buy their homes outright, with no financing. In fact, over a third of all real estate closings in Miami-Dade from last November through this March was in cash. In Broward County, the percentage was even higher -- between 38% and 41%. Close to half of closings in Palm Beach were in cash. Those numbers are considerably higher than the national average, which is 20%,

Why should you have an attorney when buying a Florida home?

Buying a home is a significant event in anyone's life. Your home is likely the most expensive thing you'll own at any given time. However, most Floridians know little about real estate transactions. They rely on their real estate agents for guidance. However, these transactions are governed by state laws. Florida has some unique real estate laws. Therefore, even if you've purchased property in other states, buying a home in Florida can present some potential challenges.

Get to know your market before you buy

If you're looking at homes in Southwest Florida, then you might want to be aware that a real estate market recession could be looming. In January 2019, reports came in that new homes were being built all over Florida, but fewer people were purchasing residential properties.

3 tips for successful purchasing in residential real estate

Real estate can be a great way to boost your income if you intend to rent or sell for more than you paid for a home. It can also be a great opportunity to invest your money into a home that will grow with you and eventually be like a large savings account for you when you sell the property.

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