What to Know Before Buying a Home in Florida

Before you do anything, though, you need to get in touch with a Realtor so they can help guide you through the home buying process. Hiring one won’t cost you a thing—the seller pays the buyer’s agent’s commission fees.

That being said, the three things you need to take into consideration are the as-is contract and its specifications, the role of attorneys when closing your loan, and flood insurance. For your convenience, I’ve provided timestamps of the video above where I discuss each point in further detail and how it applies to you:

  • 0:50—The AS IS contract and its specifications 

  • 3:19—The role of attorneys when closing your loan  

  • 5:04—Flood insurance

If you have any questions about these important factors or any other real estate needs I can assist you with, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be happy to speak with you.

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