Property Disclosures

There is virtually no sale that is “as is” in Florida. The Seller and real estate licensee must disclose every fact he/she knows that materially affects the value of the property, whether or not it is readily apparent to the Buyer. Using an As-is Addendum or As-is...

Smile! You May Be On Camera

      To help you understand Florida law with respect to home surveillance devices you should know the following: Florida law requires the consent of all parties to record telephone calls or in-person conversations, including videotaped...

Seawall Maintenance and Inspections

Seawall collapse Seawall collapse Seawall collapse Seawall collapse Hurricane Irma caused damage to many seawalls in Southwest Florida. The images above of seawall damage in Cape Coral all happened during or after Irma. When purchasing a waterfront property with a...

What are Flood Maps?

Flood maps, known officially as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), show areas of high and moderate to low flood risk. Communities use the maps to set minimum building requirements for coastal areas and floodplains, lenders use them to determine flood insurance...
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