Florida homeowners can vote to cap property taxes on non-homestead properties

The House is set to vote to place a constitutional amendment on the '18 ballot that would hike the standard homestead exemption to $75,000.

Flood insurance isn't only for people who live near the water

The price of flood insurance is well worth the peace of mind. The loss of personal items is traumatic enough, there’s no reason to compound that with what is effectively the loss of your home if you don’t have the means to repair or replace it.

Important Hurricane Irma information from Amy Bogner at Office of Insurance Regulation

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Following the landfall of Hurricane Irma,…

For Closure in Foreclosure: The Florida Supreme Court Accepts the Fourth District Court of Appeals Do-Ober.

Great news for investors and financial institutions alike! While…

Hurricane Irma Mortgage Relief

If you are a homeowner whose home or place of employment has been impacted by Hurricane Irma and your mortgage is owned by Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae and you are suffering a financial hardship as result of Irma there is potentially help for you.
Florida's Solar Amendment SB 90

Florida's Solar Amendment Heats Up

After a contentious battle in the last election, SB 90, also known as Amendment 4, was signed into law in June by Gov. Rick Scott, bringing this idea to fruition.

Florida's commercial real estate will see a reduction of sales tax

Florida applies a six percent sales tax on rent paid for commercial real estate property. This includes everything from stores to warehouses and even offices. Things will be changing once the new year rolls around.

Is your Condo Association prepared for HB 1237?

Governor Rick Scott signed HB 1237 to create criminal penalties to punish certain actions of condominium board members. The spirit of the law is to reduce condo board corruption across the state of Florida.

We Made The List

Thank you to the South Florida Business Journal for naming All Property Title as one of the Top 10 Title Companies in South Florida!

The South Florida Housing Market Continues To Sizzle

The weather is getting hotter and so is the South Florida real estate market. As we approach the summer buying season all indications are that south Florida’s real estate market will continue to sizzle.