Residential Real Estate Lawyers

Residential Real Estate Lawyers

Get Off My Land! Making the Case for Adverse Possession in Florida with Residential Real Estate Lawyers Adverse Possession in Florida Florida is no stranger to adverse possession. Adverse possession claims have been popping quietly and not-so-quietly around the State of Florida for many years. Residential real estate lawyers at Bret Jones, P.A. can guide…

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Don’t ‘Zone Out’ When It Comes to Zoning Regulations: How a Property Attorney Can Lend a Helping Hand in Overcoming Zoning Ordinance Obstacles Sometimes people “zone out” when they are overwhelmed with a problem. The term “zone-out” refers to when a person stops paying attention or shuts down. This can be because something is to…

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Unfair and Certainly Biased: Dealing with Selective Enforcement Woes in Homeowners’ Associations “How come I am not allowed to park my car in my driveway, but my neighbor keeps multiple cars parked in his driveway? How come he hasn’t been given a warning?” “What do you mean I’m being fined for painting my house that…

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Opportunity for Property Owners or The Bane of Property Owners’ Associations: Short Term Rentals 

Real Estate AttorneyTaking a Vacation in a Home Away From Home

Imagine yourself heading towards the destination of your dreams. You’ve rented a home near the beach for a week and you can’t wait to kick back, relax, and enjoy yourself. Perhaps you’ll spend the week walking the beach, and observing the beauty of the ocean. A short term rental is the perfect way for you to get a “real feel” for the local area. You’re happy to avoid spending another vacation at a hotel.

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