Real Estate Law And Closings

Real Estate Law And Closings

If you own a home, lease a property, or have neighbors, real estate law impacts your life. At St. Louis Law, P.A. we understand Florida law and how it can impact your life and finances. A real estate transaction can shape your future – positively or negatively. It’s a huge purchase that warrants legal advice. Our experienced team can guide you through a variety of personal and commercial real estate actions, including:

  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Note Suits
  • Evictions on behalf of landlords / investors
  • Residential & commercial closings
  • Real estate contracts
  • Titling
  • Financing
  • Redevelopment incentives
  • Leasing
  • Acquisition and redevelopment
  • Closing Services:
    • Realtors
    • Consumers
    • Lenders
    • Investors

Every property is unique – and so are our clients’ needs. St. Louis Law, P.A. is dedicated to
protecting your interests and meeting your real estate goals. Contact us for your free

Title Services

Our team represents buyers, sellers, investors, and lenders in residential and commercial transactions throughout Florida. We provide world-class service and excellent attention to detail. Our job is to ensure that the process goes smoothly and to look out for the many complications that can arise in any given transaction. Whether you are purchasing your first or fourth home, investment property or selling your home, we strive to provide you with the utmost protection throughout the process and the resulting title policy. Protection of your funds and financial well-being are one of our primary concerns. Whether you are considering doing a hard-money loan or cash transaction or conventional mortgage, it is important to have experienced representation to guide you through the process.

We provide title examination services as well as marketable title; easements and boundaries; and environmental issues. As experienced Title Agents and Florida Real Estate Attorneys, we understand the benefits of having title insurance and the risks of not obtaining title insurance and acquiring title with various defects. Generally speaking, there are two kinds of Title Insurance:

  • Lender’s policy: This policy covers the lender’s interest in its mortgage on the property. This is applicable when there is a lender that a provided a loan to you for the purchase of the home; and
  • Owner’s policy: This policy covers the purchaser’s interest. It provides protection in the event that there are title issues that existed prior to the purchase that were not resolved. An owner’s policy can protect you in the event of fraud or misrepresentation, title defects, and clerical errors.

Why is Title Insurance Necessary?

It is important and beneficial to have a reputable title insurer and experienced title agent. Our title policies are issued on behalf of Old Republic National Title Insurance Company. You may be wondering why Title Insurance is necessary in the purchase of a residential or commercial property. Research shows that for many consumers, the purchase of a home is one of the largest expenses in their lifetime. It is important to protect your great investment. As experienced Real Estate Attorneys and Title Agents, we will review the Title Commitment, work to clear any title issues that may arise, and then, with our underwriter’s approval, issue a Title Policy to cover your purchase.

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Landlord / Tenant

If you own a rental property, you know anything can happen – tenants can cause damage, neighbors can report criminal activity, and your investment property can quickly go from an asset to a liability.

That’s where St. Louis Law, P.A. comes in. We have experience in disputes between landlords and tenants. Our team understands the real estate laws and regulations in Florida. We have handled many trials, final judgments, and settlements regarding eviction and unlawful detainer actions. We can help you navigate your rights and legal solutions.

Your situation is unique. But we have expertise managing a variety of landlord/tenant disputes. These include:

  • Unpaid rent and debt recovery
  • Evictions
  • False claims, like damage and uninhabitability

Make sure you have expert legal guidance in your landlord/tenant dispute. Request your freeconsultation with St. Louis Law, P.A. today.