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While foreclosures in Florida have significantly decreased, many properties on the market still require review of foreclosure cases in the chain of title. Third-party investors acquired properties across Florida at foreclosure sales, and are now selling these properties for a profit. Unfortunately, some investors did not review the foreclosure file or perform a title search
Get It in Writing: Many times buyers and sellers draft their own contracts and write them in such a way that they’re not legally enforceable. The courts will only look at the four corners of the contract in any real estate dispute. The Court will not ask what was the parties’ verbally discussion. If it
Closing Location; Documents; and Procedure Part 1 of Section I discusses the location of the Closing and the Closing documents. The Location of the Closing must be in the county where the Property is located at either an attorney’s office or the Closing Agent’s office. It can be done by mail or electronically. The Closing