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7 Tips To Help Avoid A Delayed Closing

Buying or selling a piece of real estate can feel like you're running a marathon. The last thing you want is for the Closing to be delayed.  Beyond the obvious frustration of extending the time to close there are other reasons you should take steps to avoid a delayed. One of the most important reasons is compliance. There are a lot of laws and regulations surrounding the transfer of real estate. Additionally, each bank has their own set of policies regarding valid documentation.

Four Ways To Own Real Estate in Florida

There’s more than one way to own Florida real estate. Especially if the property will have more than one owner — spouses, business partners, family members, etc. — how you take title can make a big difference in the rights and protections of the owners, as well as the future disposition of the property. Each form of Florida property ownership will have strengths and weaknesses, depending on the owner(s), the property itself, and the intended use.

Common Types of Deeds in Florida

The first thing to understand about a deed is that it is an official record of ownership of property. This can be any type of property, but it is particularly important for real estate. After all, you can wear a watch or a ring, but a house and the land it sits on cannot be put in your pocket or packed into a suitcase.  So how do you tell who owns a piece of property if the person isn’t sitting on the lawn ready to defend it? By looking at the deed. Whomever’s name is on the most current and unassailable deed to that property is the owner of that property. 

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