Since the turn of the new year, we’ve started discussing the Corporate Transparency Act’s (“CTA”) requirements that every small business – including your homeowner, condominium and cooperative association – register its business information with the US Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). The registration required providing the identities of your Board of Directors. Why

Disaster assistance

Responding to the devastating 2021 collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, lawmakers approved making property tax rebates available when residential properties are rendered uninhabitable for 30 days. During the December 2022 special session, lawmakers passed a measure (SB 4-A) to offer similar rebates to property owners who sustained damage in

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who has been affected by Hurricane Ian. As you probably know, Southwest Florida bore the brunt of the storm and has suffered catastrophic losses. At this time, power remains down for more than 50% of the residents from Manatee County down to Collier County. First and foremost,

Greetings,

Hurricane Ian is rapidly intensifying and anticipated to hit the Florida coast. In advance, we’d like to extend the following reminders:

1. Mandatory evacuation order means what it says. Do not endanger your life or the lives of others by ignoring that order. Gather your important documents and prescriptions in the case of an

Mobile Home Parks have long been attractive investments due to their steady cash flow stemming from the regular payment of lot rents. National park operators, real estate investment trusts and pension funds have been buying “mom and pop” parks over the last several decades leading to an overall industry consolidation. As the industry becomes more

Good morning, everyone!  Hope all of you are enjoying the summer whether you are still in Florida or “up North”.

Just a brief blog post to let you know that the DBPR has updated the fees that can be charged for estoppel certificates.

A fee of not more than $299 can be charged for preparation