The day the property listed the seller moves abroad. We are now told we have to wait two days to see the highest offer apparently multiple offers are coming in .It appears that the sellers realtor was not in fact looking for the sale price as advertised and that placing on the market the day the... Read more »
The 1 year construction period for a VA Construction to Permanent loan expired. VA allows for an additional 6 months. The lender wants me to sign a loan agreement modification for providing a fixed rate. The problem is that the construction is not over and under the original agreement, there... Read more »
You took lender's money and the time to pay back the loan expired. So technically you are in default. You can sign and try to work it out, or not sign and lender will foreclose based upon your breach for failing to pay off the loan as the terms expired. You should have an attorney review the...Read more »
I agree in all respects that if this is what you do as a business you should have a lawyer on standby for these types of issues. But yes, it would be a purchase loan as one cannot refinance something it doesn't own.
I have PTSD & per my VA doctors advisement I will be getting a service dog & I’m now on a waiting list. I could be on this list for 6 to 18 months. The property does allow pets which we have one, but there is a weight limit. I have no control over breed/size, although the standard is medium... Read more »
A service animal is not a pet by definition, so you cannot be evicted for getting a service animal. But you are correct, they can simply not renew you in Feb 2019; so simply don't say anything as you could be done with that lease too before 18 months hits and it a non-issue,
I recently purchased my first home, it's my retirement investment. I will be renting it out until I am able to relocate to the area. Before closing the sellers agreed to rewire the house, reinforce the attic area to make it safe and reinforce the foundation to make it secure, as there were many... Read more »
I agree, by closing you may have waived those conditions as all closing documents are extinguished by merger into your deed. You should have consulted an attorney and not closed until completed. You may not have a legal remedy now as the contract/addendum doesn't exist anymore to enforce.
A property manager is supposed to have an authorization form signed by the landlord when filing. It is case law/a 1993 Florida Bar Advisory Opinion on the topic, there is no statute. But in reality, few judges check for this or care as eviction is less formal litigation and the landlord is rarely...Read more »
Brokers do not "practice" real estate unless they are broker associate status; they only get their part of the split and any monthly fees their agreement with agents contain. But one would have to check the commission agreement if the split changes if broker provides the lead. If not then there...Read more »
There is nothing in the statutes that the HOA cannot try to collect votes and then try again at another properly noticed meeting. And you are confusing 2 separate topics. A quorum is how many members are required to even hold a meeting which is 30% per 720.309(1)(a); unless your covenants call...Read more »
I received a signed contract from buyer´s realtor, then I made changes in two clauses, initialized those 2 changes AND SIGNED ALL CONTRACT´S PAGES (yes, mistake). Buyer´s realtor did not accept those 2 changes and requested to go back to original conditions. Today I received better offers and... Read more »
You should call and hire a lawyer ASPA today to reply to buyer agent. This is not a DIY job and why buyers and sellers get into so much trouble in FL. Unlike other states FL for some reason does not require lawyers to be involved in the purchase/sale of real property. The cost will help you avoid...Read more »
I received a signed contract from buyer´s realtor, then I made changes in two clauses, initialized those changes and signed all contract´s pages. Buyer´s realtor did not accept those 2 changes and requested to go back to original conditions. Today I received better offers and informed buyer´s... Read more »
It is only supposed to be for past due rent, but will also factor in does another rental period become due during those 3 days or not. But I agree, if the judge can determine the amount owed then you will still be evicted based on that amount. Simply pay what you owe to date.
The statute, 83.56, only says "The delivery of the written notices required by subsections (1), (2), and (3) shall be by mailing or delivery of a true copy thereof or, if the tenant is absent from the premises, by leaving a copy thereof at the residence. The notice requirements of subsections (1),...Read more »
I was just wondering if this would be a solicitation violation or a conflict of interest. There are no signs that say "no solicitation" and pizza places do it all the time. I just don't want any legal trouble because I am young and do not have the time and money for it.
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