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Who Pays for Title Insurance in Florida?

Who Pays for Title Insurance in Florida?

Congratulations! You found your dream home and now you’re entering the final stretch of negotiations and closing documents. But before you sign off, make sure you have the title insurance squared away. The title is the foundation of your ownership of your home and the...

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What kinds of Problems can a Title Search Reveal?

What kinds of Problems can a Title Search Reveal?

The title to your home is your legal record of holding ownership of your home. The title holds the record of ownership of your property and if it’s not clear, then someone else can potentially make a claim to your home. Believe it or not, one the most crucial steps in...

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How much is Title Insurance in Florida?

How much is Title Insurance in Florida?

Title insurance is a necessary and non-negotiable part of closing on a home and ensuring that your ownership is uncontested. Title insurance protects against any person or third party has an interest in a home, such as a lien or an easement from a previous owner. Two...

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Closing Costs Were Nearly Half of Purchase Costs in 2020

Closing Costs Were Nearly Half of Purchase Costs in 2020

Buying a home is no simple process, as any homeowner can tell you. There’s the search, the negotiations, the bidding wars, and then when the deal is sealed there are the closing costs. You’d think that with all the money you’re spending on a home that a small...

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How Much Cash Reserve Should a Condo Association Have?

How Much Cash Reserve Should a Condo Association Have?

For condo associations, reserve funding is required by law. Although there can be some wiggle room and even a potential to hold a majority vote to do away with reserve funds, this is rarely a good decision. Reserve funds are a vital component to a condo association’s...

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What Happens When a Covenant Expires?

What Happens When a Covenant Expires?

HOA covenants form the rules and regulations of a community association that must be adhered to by members and the BOD. They are referred to as the community’s Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, & Restrictions, or CC&Rs. When you purchase a home in a...

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How Much Should an HOA Keep in Reserves?

How Much Should an HOA Keep in Reserves?

Saving for a rainy day. It’s what our parents and grandparents always taught us. For HOAs those “rainy day” savings are not just about having a nest egg for some distant future, they’re critical to the operation and proper management of any community organization....

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What Happens When an HOA Runs out of Money?

What Happens When an HOA Runs out of Money?

There are signs and whispers around your community that all is not well in your HOA. Your next door neighbor is saying she heard from one of the board members that the reserve fund is almost gone. You notice that the pool has been closed for several months with no...

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Does an HOA Increase Property Value?

Does an HOA Increase Property Value?

For many of us, our home is our most valuable asset and our biggest investment. We place a large financial importance on our home, as well as an emotional attachment, after all home is where the heart is. When deciding whether or not to live in an HOA, there are a...

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