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Kravitz & Guerra

Physical Address: 905 Brickell Bay Dr., Lobby, Miami FL 33131 - USA

Mailing Address: 801 Brickell Bay Dr., Business Box 18, Miami FL 33131 - USA

There are numerous terms related to the home-buying process and potential buyers should become aware of them in advance. When you decide to buy a property, it is important to hire the right title company which will guide you through all important steps of the closing process. Earnest money. A home buying process starts with…

Buying a real estate property can be a challenging administrative process that entails the transfer of big amounts of funds. Most first-time buyers find the legal aspects related to the transfer of funds hard to understand. This is why they are advised to hire a qualified Title Company staffed by experienced lawyers. An experienced real…

There are numerous misconceptions about the legality of an offshore company. Many people believe that an offshore company is a law-violating structure, or has been formed to cover up illegal activities. It is possible that some shareholders do commit illegal activities, but this has nothing to do with the offshore structure itself. Another misconception is…

Purchasing a property in the United States may have numerous tax and administrative complications. Foreigners are typically not aware of the complexities of the legal and tax system in the United States. This is why potential buyers should hire an experienced lawyer, with in-depth background in real estate, tax and immigration law.  A qualified attorney…

Hiring an efficient real estate lawyer can save time and money! Foreigners often believe that hiring a real estate lawyer to assist with their U.S. real estate purchases will add extra expenses to their transaction, but this is not true. A real estate lawyer will save you time and money when buying a property by:…

Foreign buyers who contribute for the majority of real estate purchases in major cosmopolitan areas, such as Miami, San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles, face many more challenges when they apply for mortgages than domestic buyers. Foreign mortgage applicants are obligated to make a 25 percent down payment. American buyers are required to…

When you are on a mission to buy a new property, take into consideration the current market trends and the timing of the year. A variety of factors, such as the complexity of the transaction, may delay your property purchase. Buying a new property can have numerous drawbacks, especially for foreign buyers, which amount to…

Type of Property. Buying commercial real estate can be a lot more complicated than buying a residential property. Various factors which may contribute to the complications include types of desired ownership, structured financing, tax structuring, leases, potential tenant claims and others. Contact an experienced real estate lawyer for assistance with the structuring of your commercial…