Difference Between Florida Residential And Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate

It is essential to differentiate between these two types of real estate when hiring or buying, a Florida


real estate attorney because the process of buying or renting these properties can be very different.


Here at Boyer Law Firm, we focus on buying and selling residential and commercial properties and take

Commercial Matter

care of retail rentals and commercial matters between owner/tenant. But, we do not handle issues


between homeowners and residential tenants or help tenants with residential lease contracts.

Commercial Property

If you are interested in buying a commercial property, our commercial real estate attorneys can help you determine if you should buy or rent the property.

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

When renting commercial property, it is essential to have a Florida commercial real estate attorney to review the lease BEFORE you sign it. Remember, a lease is a contract that can be up to 75 pages long! We have received many calls from people trying to get out of a poorly done commercial lease. Your problems could have been solved in a much more comfortable and more efficient way if you had hired a lawyer to review the contract before you signed it.

To obtain a specific performance, the plaintiff must show (1) that a contract exists, (2) that the plaintiff has made or is ready, willing and able to carry it out, (3) that the legal recourse is inadequate, (4) ) that the application is feasible, and (5) that there are no defenses available to the defendant.


The legal remedy is insufficient when an item for sale is unique.Because the land is always unique, specific yield is an available resource.


The problem of looking for specific performance is usually the proof of the third element that the legal recourse is inadequate.


The particular return here would be the forced sale of a house. Then the court would force the buyer to transfer funds to the seller

or force the seller to transfer ownership of the premises to the buyer.Real estate sales contracts often require the buyer to deposit “money as collateral” in an account with the seller. They also frequently provide that if the buyer fails in the performance and does not make the payments, the seller can retain the money as collateral as damages.

The damages must be agreed in a contract and cannot be of a punitive nature. The courts defend the bail seller’s retention if the amount seems reasonable in light of the anticipated and actual damages of the seller.

Purchase Of Real Estate In Costa Rica

The first thing that must be taken into account is the purpose of the acquisition if it is to build a house, commercial premises or industrial goods, and in some cases the construction of Vertical and Horizontal Condominiums.In some cases, individuals or legal entities buy a property with the objective of investing.