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Month: June 2018

Beachfront Vs Inland Real Estate Ownership In Miami

Miami real estate is one of the fast-selling and sought after pieces of real estate in the market nowadays since it is considered by many to be one of the best places to live or vacation in. One of the reasons as to why a lot of people would like to invest on a real estate in Miami is because of all the other things that people will be getting when they do decide to purchase a real estate property in Miami. These Miami real estate owners know that they are not only getting the property, but they also get to benefit from all the other things that goes along with the property, such as the pristine beaches and the culture in Miami. Owning a real estate property in Miami can be a real treat, especially for people who are very much into the whole Miami culture and lifestyle. However, there are a lot of real estate property types to choose from, ranging from condos to hotels. Although there are a variety of real estate properties in Miami, two of the more ideal property types that people can purchase are the beachfront and inland real estate properties. These two property types are very different from each other, though they both offer great real estate properties for potential buyers. In order to be able to decide which one bests suits...

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Real Estate Litigation

Talking about real estate litigation, it is the routine of finding a legal method to disputes pertaining to real property. Keep in mind that it doesn’t really matter whether that particular property is in the stage of ‘developed’ or not. Often, this kind of litigation arises from disputes at the time of buying, financing, or property development. Number of attorneys, more so in bigger metropolitan areas usually have expertise in this area and are fully aware of the complicated contracts that are associated with the real estate. Contracts to buy real estate are one of the most common kinds of litigation. There is a strong possibility that the disputes may occur due to vague language in the contract, or because of the fact that both parties did not the read the contract in a proper manner. In this scenario, any contract breach may be settled out of court. If one party is not in favor of out of court settlement, then there is no other option than to go for a court hearing. Real estate litigation is also going to happen when there are issues related to construction contracts. In few cases, the contractor and the real estate developer may have an issue regarding the project scope or the finished work quality. If the issue is pertaining to quality, it is the responsibility of a lawyer to gather proofs...

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Luxury Apartment Living in Modern Suburban Communities

Like many of my generation, I left fast pace, aggressive city living for a kinder, gentler lifestyle in South Florida. I sought temporary living accommodations, because I was sure that my housing wants and needs would become more apparent and defined once I settled into the tropical lifestyle, assuming they didn’t change altogether. So, I set out to rent an apartment from among South Florida’s abundant supply of luxury apartment communities. Once I had made my decision to move I was eager to find a place to live and allotted myself a week in which to accomplish the task. Before leaving for Florida, I started my groundwork and searched online using a variety of websites that cater to the needs of people relocating and seeking housing in Florida. After I arrived in Florida, I picked up a couple of free paperback guides at the local supermarket, which proved more useful than I ever would have imagined. Finding a new home was going to be a snap, I thought. IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU WANT, YOU WON’T FIND IT HERE.I quickly learned that sometimes too many options can be (almost) as frustrating as too few, and came down with an acute case of “analysis paralysis” trying to sift through the dozens of possibilities I had before me. Initially, all I really knew was that I needed a place to...

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Lindsey Buckingham Should Join The Eagles For A Concert Tour To Compete With Fleetwood Mac

He could take his own advice and go his own way, now that he has separated from his popular band. Better yet, he could just join up with a group in need of another lead singer and guitar player. Lindsey Buckingham wrote many of the hits for Fleetwood Mac, including “Don’t Stop” and “Go Your Own Way.” Nevertheless, he and the group have parted ways, so he has been replaced for the upcoming tour. How great would it be for fans if Buckingham joined the Eagles, who like Fleetwood Mac are embarking on a 26 days tour this spring. He could help fill the void left by the 2016 death of guitarist/ singer Glenn Frey, whose vocal range in hits like “Lyin’ Eyes” and “Already Gone” is not dissimilar to that used by Buckingham on the Fleetwood Mac hits. Buckingham already has several connections to the Eagles, well beyond the fact that Fleetwood Mac and the latter quintet shared dominance on the pop charts from the mid to late Seventies. Both musical outfits have also suffered internal conflicts and several lineup changes over the ensuing years, as well as making successful comeback albums. Many of the ties involve fellow Californian Warren Zevon who, like both Buckingham and the members of the Eagles, was part of The West Coast folk rock scene that blossomed in the years after the Summer...

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Miami Condo Sales Are Booming Again And Miami Real Estate Is On The Rise

It’s been a long summer for those who sell Miami real estate. Among those who lost his chance to take a summer vacation to St. Tropez was Miami developer, Gil Dezer, because he had too many projects in the works. Both the Trump Royal condo and the Trump Towers needed his immediate attention at the time. Apparently, he wasn’t wrong, because he sold units in these buildings that amounted to sales worth more than $100 million in June, July and August. Half those sales, $50 million, came in just the month of August. In total, Dezer has managed to sell Trump condos in the amount of $1 billion. The price for each Sunny Isles Beach condo has reached $525 per square foot recently. In 2009 when buyers decided to leave their contracts on the table, the price was at $1,000 per square foot. Now that sales are beginning to pick up again, the price is much lower. Even so, Dezer is happy with the price after having paid his construction loans in full for all of his four properties. Adding to the distinction of no longer having those loans is the fact that Donald Trump joined in on the celebration in January by burning the buildings’ mortgage documents personally. It was difficult to keep going during the times when real estate was losing value, but the fact that Dezer...

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