How We Started
Jenny and David Beerman are pioneers in the real estate industry with a combined 18 years of Banking, Finance and Real Estate Notary experience. Our core values are honesty, trust, accountability, and commitment to our clients. Our staff is highly trained, very thorough, and transparent. We pride ourselves on having customer service as our main ADVANTAGE.
Overcome Property Challenges
A municipal lien search is a critical part of the closing process. In short, it allows you to find unrecorded liens, in addition to code violations, special assessments, utility, and open or expired permits issues that are associated with residential or commercial real estate.
Unfortunately, a municipal lien search is not part of a normal title search. Not only do title underwriters not perform municipal lien searches, but they specifically exclude these matters from title coverage. It is your responsibility to get in touch with a company like us to do the research.
Although Florida state law does not require you to perform a municipal lien search, some counties do. Standard real estate contracts in Miami-Dade and Broward counties requires the seller to provide a municipal lien search for you, while other counties do not.
An estoppel letter is a legal document outlining the current owner’s financial standing, past due balances, current fees due and lists all future special assessments due.
We strongly urge you to read and reread the estoppel letter. This will help ensure that you are aware of all information and nothing slips through the cracks.