5 Ways You Might be Able to Avoid Foreclosure

There might be light at the end of the COVID tunnel, but we know how hard the past several months have been on your finances. Making mortgage payments was—and still is—difficult. As a result, you might be facing the threat of foreclosure and the accompanying adverse effects. While being foreclosed on is nothing shameful, there are several alternatives to this process you should consider before you get the notice from Read More

Should a Title Company or a Real Estate Lawyer Handle Your Closing?

When you purchase a home in Florida, you are not required to have a lawyer. A real estate agent can prepare the contract and a title company can serve as the closing agent, responsible for processing the documents and disbursing the funds to complete the transaction. Which one you choose is largely a matter of personal preference. However, there are distinct advantages of retaining a lawyer for your Florida real Read More

4 Ways Your Business Can Keep the Clients You Have

Even in normal circumstances, it’s crucial for you and your company to do everything possible to keep the clients with which you already do business. That isn’t just because of the obvious benefit of keeping revenue streams alive; it’s also several times more expensive to procure and onboard new clients than it would be to simply keep a client who pays the same rate. You won’t be able to make every new client a Read More

Explaining the Eviction Moratorium

Many citizens have been financially hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Lots of people are out of work or working significantly less hours. Many businesses are foregoing raises or bonuses for their employees this year. Workers who are physically going to work are putting their health at risk in order to make money, often in underpaid customer service or essential worker positions. Thankfully, there is some reassuring Read More

The Importance of Title Insurance in Buying a Home

When you purchase real estate in Florida, you want to make sure you’re getting title to the property free and clear of any hidden or unknown claims. This is true whether you’re buying a house, a condo, a commercial parcel or even an undeveloped piece of land. Such a claim could come in various forms, from a bank lien to unpaid property taxes. This is why title insurance is an essential part of a real estate Read More

4 Ways Your Business Can Keep the Clients You Have

Even in normal circumstances, it’s crucial for you and your company to do everything possible to keep the clients with which you already do business. That isn’t just because of the obvious benefit of keeping revenue streams alive; it’s also several times more expensive to procure and onboard new clients than it would be to simply keep a client who pays the same rate. You won’t be able to make every new client a Read More

What You Should Know About Buying a Condominium in Florida

With its stretches of sandy beaches and year round sunny weather, Florida is home to some of the most desirable condominium communities in the world. Despite the allure of less maintenance and a more manageable mortgage payment, condo living can pose certain challenges. If you’re thinking about buying a condo in Florida, it’s important to understand the pros and cons. Here’s what you should consider. COA FEES ADD Read More

What You Need to Do Before Hiring Your First Employee in Florida

Congratulations! After months (or years) of tireless work, your business has finally expanded to the point where you feel comfortable bringing aboard an extra pair of hands. This blog will focus on what you need to do to hire and onboard your employee effectively (and in accordance with applicable laws). Forms, Forms, Forms You might have déjà vu back to when you formed your company when you start gathering Read More

Starting a Home Business in Florida

There are many kinds of businesses you can run out of your own home in Florida. However, a home-based business is still a business, which means you need to comply with all applicable state and local laws and other restrictions. There are also tax and insurance implications. Here are several things you should consider before your big launch. Zoning — Just because you own your house doesn’t mean you can do anything Read More

Ways a Business Contract Can be Breached (Material vs. Immaterial)

Any given business, no matter how big or small, is guided by its underlying contracts with internal and external stakeholders. Therefore, it’s not unexpected that one of the most common disputes in the business world is breach of contract. There are different levels of contract breaches, though; some breaches are minor, while others can result in the invalidation of the entire contract. This blog will explore some of Read More