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Sitzer Burnett vs NAR, The Case That Changed Nothing, Will Change Everything!

Welcome back to another edition of the Real Estate Weekend Digest, where we wrap up the week on all things trending in real estate.

This week, we’re doing something a little different. Our attorney, Jim Brown, will provide a summary and share his opinion on the most impactful lawsuit in real estate history. This edition is a bit longer than our previous digests. However, please bear with us because you’re going to discover information that you won’t find anywhere else. Jim is particularly passionate about this topic.

How SB4D Impacts the Florida Real Estate Market


Discover the impact of Florida’s new COA/COOP inspection rules under SB4D on the real estate market. Learn about compliance, liability, and market predictions as we navigate this changing landscape.

Sell It Like Serhant Summary & Book Review

Sell It Like Serhant Book Summary

“Sell It Like Serhant: How to Sell More, Earn More, and Become the Ultimate Sales Machine” is a guide to sales authored by Ryan Serhant, an American real estate broker, author, and television personality. Though the book was published in 2018, its core ideas are timeless and applicable across industries and professions. The book is […]

Creative Finance: Seller Mortgages, Subject-To, Wrap-Around Mortgages & Assignments

I can’t stress enough how important it is that Realtors critically think through these deals.  As the marginal actors become more convincing, and we become more and more bombarded by media that sounds convincing, if Realtors are going to consider these options, they are going to have to understand the aged and proven principles behind […]

Cost Segregation: A Powerful Tax Strategy for Real Estate Investors

In the cutthroat world of real estate, having an edge can make all the difference. Knowledge is power, and understanding cost segregation accounting can be a game-changer for savvy investors. Cost segregation, or “cost seg,” is a tax strategy that allows investment property owners to accelerate depreciation, take bigger deductions, defer and even reduce their […]

Qualified Opportunity Zones: Turbocharging Your Real Estate Investments

Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) can be thought of as 1031 Exchanges on steroids. For investors looking to defer capital gains on property sales or avoid future capital gains by investing in property, QOZs are worth considering. Established by the Federal Government throughout the US, QOZs offer significant tax advantages for investors. In states like Florida, […]

How to Stop Foreclosure at the Last Minute

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Foreclosures can be an incredibly stressful situation for anyone to find themselves in, but sometimes it can be unavoidable. No one wants to face foreclosure. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize they are in danger of foreclosure until it’s too late. But there is still hope! Even at the last minute, there are still ways to […]

Navigating Real Estate Transactions: Real Estate Attorney vs. Title Company

Buying or selling property typically involves different players in the real estate transaction. Two players you’ll often come across are title companies and real estate attorneys. Title companies are firms that do one thing really well: help you confirm and acquire a good title. While real estate attorneys do similar work, they have a broader […]