For many people, the purchase or sale of real estate is among the largest transactions they make in their lifetime. It is important to protect your investment, from the point of contract through the closing. At Barry Miller Law, we have been serving the Central Florida area for more than 30 years by guiding clients through both commercial and residential real estate transactions.
Barry Miller Law represents owners, developers, investors, homeowner associations, lenders, real estate agents, sellers and buyers. Our affiliated title company, The Closing Agent, Inc., is an authorized agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company and Westcor Land Title Insurance Company.
We know real estate law and how it applies to you.
Whether you are buying or selling property in Florida, managing property you own or renting property, it is important to understand your rights and obligations before signing on the dotted line. Our attorneys will guide you through the process and handle everything for you, including:
- Contract drafting, review and negotiations
- Mortgage negotiation and document review
- Strategic Short Sales
- Leases: review and drafting
Our attorneys know the Central Florida area and have extensive experience working with members of the real estate community. We take the time to listen to your concerns and address all of your questions. Dedicated to providing personal service for every client, we will work hard to reach a solution that meets your unique needs.
It is our job to protect and inform you throughout the course of your real estate transaction. We possess the knowledge and experience to protect your best interest. Here are just a few examples of how we do that:
- All title insurance policies are the same. We make sure that the standard exceptions and items that do not affect the property are removed from the final Owner’s policy.
- More-often-than-not many properties have restrictive covenants in place from homeowners associations, condominiums or plats. We can review these documents to advise you if they will impair your plans for the property.
- The budgets & capital reserves of a homeowners or condominium association should be reviewed in conjunction with the physical state of the property. Are there adequate funds available to cover unexpected expenses? We’ll make sure you know if there is enough money to cover these types of expenses or not.
- The purchase contract should be reviewed to ensure that all language is clear as to the rights and duties of both the buyer and seller. If so, then the transaction will go smoother and allow you to complete the transaction with ease.