Water Intrusion: Outward Signs of Inward Issues (Part 1 of 2)
If you have lived in Florida for any amount of time, you understand our weather patterns. Summer rainy season brings hot, humid days with afternoon thunderstorms that can drop large amounts of wind-driven rain in a short amount of time. Then comes late summer/early fall with the potential for hurricanes and tropical storms, which […]Read more
Stucco is a building material made from an aggregate (such as sand, gravel, or crushed stone), a binder, and water. In the past, it was often used as a decorative cover applied to the exterior of a home to cover wood, concrete, or other building materials. However, during the housing boom, many builders in Florida […]Read more
What does the seller of a home have to disclose in Florida?
By Erin Rohan Smith Many years ago real estate in Florida was like the Wild West and sellers were able to unload houses that had major construction defects to unsuspecting buyers with limited exposure. Times have changed and “buyer beware” no longer applies to the sale of residential real estate. Florida law requires sellers to […]Read more