Real Estate Law
Whether you are a first-time home buyer or a seasoned real estate investor, ASR Law Firm is prepared and qualified to assist with the unique set of issues that accompany any sale or purchase of residential property. Having a diligent and experienced Boca Raton real estate attorney is imperative to successfully navigating through the various paperwork and changing regulatory requirements involved with the transfer of residential real estate.
Real Estate Conveyances
While most residential real estate sales utilize the Florida Association of Realtors® and The Florida Bar approved “As Is” Residential Contract for Sale and Purchase, it is imperative that such form is completed accurately to properly reflect the agreement between the parties and avoid any post-closing disputes from arising.
Regardless to whom an owner rents residential property, it is always wise to document all terms, including payment amounts and frequency, occupancy and use restrictions, etc., in a simple and concise lease. At ASR Law Firm, our Boca Raton real estate attorney helps clients with effective solutions for even the most complex lease and rental agreements.
Title & Closing Services
Title review involves the examination of a thorough title and lien search, along with an updated survey, to ensure that the correct and uninterrupted title is being transferred via the sale. Upon a satisfactory title search report, an insurance policy may be issued to protect against any title issues that arise prior to closing. At ASR Law Firm, our experienced closing professionals help provide a seamless and stress-free Title Insurance & Real Estate Closing process for Florida buyers, sellers, and investors, alike.
Our Comprehensive Real Estate Law Solutions
Real Estate Transfer Deeds
Default Resolution including short sale negotiations, loan modifications / workouts and deeds in lieu of foreclosure
Negotiation & Preparation of Residential Leases
Negotiation & Preparation of Residential Real Estate contracts
Residential Real Estate Closings and Title Insurance*
Real Estate Alternative Dispute Resolution including Arbitration and Mediation
Residential Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution
Concierge Boca Raton Real Estate Attorney
ASR Law Firm PL represents individuals, both homeowners
Additionally, we provide completely comprehensive title insurance and real estate closing solutions for Florida real estate transactions.
Explore our most popular Real Estate Packages
Lease NegotiationsPerfect for both tenants and landlords alike! This package is ideal for those entering any property lease agreement
- Negotiation and preparation of Lease Contract
- Review and analysis with written comments of pre-drafted contracts
- Explanation and guidance of lease contract terms
Buyer/Seller CounsellingIdeal for those in need of simple representation and guidance throughout the residential real estate sale or purchase process
- Negotiation and preparation of Purchase/Sale contract
- Review and analysis with written comments of pre-drafted documents
- Drafting and preparation of closing documents
- Explanation of Title documents
- Explanation of Survey
- Attendance at closing, if needed
Investor SearchesIdeal for both newbie and seasoned investors
- Title search analysis and opinion letters for investors
- Ownership and Encumbrance analysis
- Lien and Permit searches
Tips & Helpful Resources
Florida Annual Report: 9 Commonly Received QuestionsEach year around this time, we seem to get the same questions coming our way regarding the Florida Annual Report. To help our business clients and friends, we’ve compiled a list of the 9 most commonly asked...
Do I need title insurance if I pay cash for real estate in Florida?Many of our articles are premised on actual concerns or questions posed by our clients. Of the various subject areas related to real estate closings that we are contacted about daily, queries about...
How do Quit Claim Deeds work in Florida?Almost daily we receive inquiries about “adding a name to a deed” or transferring a property to a relative for estate planning purposes. In many cases, the parties placing the call do not have the ability to effectuate such a...