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The Advantages of Purchasing an Attorney-Written Title Insurance

By Larry E. Bray |

Title insurance protects the buyer of a home or land against loss of the property should there be later discovery that the title of the property was “imperfect.”  Imperfect title is a legal term of art that means that someone has a claim (whether legitimate or illegitimate) to the property.  Imperfect title could also… Read More »


Home Insurance Regulations in Florida

By Larry E. Bray |

Home insurance or hazard insurance is inextricably linked to the legalities of a real estate purchase.  The function of home insurance is to provide the lender with peace of mind in the event of property experiences damage or some other kind of loss. In addition to property damages or loss, home insurance also protects… Read More »


Understand These Concepts Before Signing a Commercial Easement Agreement

By Larry E. Bray |

A commercial easement, like a normal easement, is a legal right of way given by one property owner to the other for commercial purposes.  An easement can serve many purposes in the realm of commercial needs.  One easement can allow work trucks of one business to pass through the property of another business for… Read More »


Facing Foreclosure? Consider a Mortgage Loan Modification

By Larry E. Bray |

Every year, countless individuals and families face the risk of foreclosure due to delinquent mortgage payments.  A risk of foreclosure does not mean homeowners have to succumb to foreclosure.  Homeowners do have options in the event of foreclosure.  These options are available at different stages after a home mortgage becomes delinquent.  Homeowners should not… Read More »


Adverse Possession in Florida

By Larry E. Bray |

For you to lose your land, you would have to sell it or have the bank foreclose on it. Or so you think. The truth is that an uncommon area of law enables others to take over your land and eventually legally claim it as their own. This is known as adverse possession. If… Read More »


Filing a Lawsuit for Partition in Florida

By Larry E. Bray |

Property is often owned by two or more individuals. Sometimes this is by choice; a committed couple buys a home together or life-long friends go in on a house in an expensive real estate market. Other times co-ownership arises from other circumstances, such as siblings inheriting their parent’s home or a parcel of land…. Read More »


Have an Attorney Write Your Title Insurance When Buying a Home

By Larry E. Bray |

If you are interested in buying a home, contact the experienced Florida residential real estate attorneys of the Law Offices of Larry E. Bray, P.A. We have decades of experience in helping buyers get the best deal. We are here to perform title searches, underwrite your title insurance, negotiate the home sale contract, and… Read More »


Understanding Your Expenses as a Home Buyer

By Larry E. Bray |

When you decide to purchase a house or condo, you know that you will need a down payment. However, there are also a number of other expenses you must anticipate when it comes to buying residential real estate. This transaction can be quite expensive when all of the necessary steps and fees are added… Read More »

Same-Sex Marriage and Title Issues

By Larry E. Bray |

Same-sex marriage has been legal in Florida since January. For newly married same-sex couples, this creates many changes, including in the worlds of asset protection and estate planning. One important issue to consider in this realm is how property is titled. This is especially important when dealing with high-value property, such as houses and… Read More »

South Florida Condo Market Goes From Sizzling Hot to Just Warm

By Larry E. Bray |

Real-estate watchers in South Florida are predicting a softening of the region’s once-hot condominium market. There’s already evidence of that happening in Miami-Dade County, where the Miami Downtown Development Authority (MDDA) has been tracking the trend. The Miami Herald, citing the latest study by the development agency on market conditions, reports that a combination… Read More »

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