Chavez. Por favor enviame tu carta de pre-calificacion al email: firstname.lastname@example.org. En cuanto vea la cantidad para la que estas aprobado me pongo a buscarte propiedades que califiquen. No dudes en llamarme al 305-791-4291 o yo te llamo manana. Buena suerte.... more
Hola Yudit, a que ayuda te refieres? ya te reuniste con un oficial de un banco o una compania de hipotecas para que te hicieran una aprobacion? Por favor visita mi perfil y contactame, dejame saber exactamente que has hecho hasta el momento y te digo como completar el proceso. Gracias.... more
I would say no. A chimney liner is a retrofit to use a chimney that does not function properly. If you purchase the home and then want to use the chimney I would say it needs to be inspected and maybe cleaned unless the reason for the liner is because there is extensive damage. Not enough information really but based on the question itself i know of no law or ordinance that says this is required.... more
Si aun no ha encontrado renta me gustaria saber si tiene disponible los documentos que muchos arrendadores estan requiriendo hoy en dia. Reporte policial, prueba de empleo, prueba de fondos bancarios. etc.... more
It depends what is wrong with it. If there is a missing discharge. missing signature or cuch, you shoul;d go back to the title company who made the mistake and have them fix it. you can hire an attorney for any legal questions.... more
As a seller, you don't have to pre-pay for any inspections and there's nothing you'd need to sign. However, if you accept a purchase contract which stipulates that the seller shall pay for those inspections, then you'll either have to pay for them or be in breach of contract.... more
Documentary stamp tax is levied at the rate of $.70 per $100 (or portion thereof) on documents that transfer interest in Florida real property, such as warranty deeds and quit claim deeds. (The Miami-Dade County rate is $.60 on all documents plus $.45 surtax on documents transferring anything other than a single-family residence). This tax is usually paid to the Clerk of Court when the document is recorded. The Clerks of Court send the money to the Department of Revenue and the Department distributes the funds according to law.
A reference sheet is available to help determine the correct amount of documentary stamp tax due on documents that transfer an interest in Florida real property.
Documentary stamp tax is also levied at the rate of $.35 per $100 (or portion thereof) on documents that are executed or delivered in Florida, for example:
Notes and other written obligations to pay.
Certain renewal notes.
Bonds (original issuance).
Florida law limits the maximum tax due on notes and other written obligations to $2,450. However, there is no limit on the documentary stamp tax due for mortgages or liens filed or recorded in Florida. Tax is paid to the Clerk of Court if the document is recorded, or sent directly to the Department of Revenue if the document is not recorded.
Documentary stamp tax is payable by any of the parties to a taxable transaction. If one party is exempt, the tax must be paid by the nonexempt party. United States government agencies; Florida government agencies; and Florida's counties, municipalities, and political subdivisions are exempt from documentary stamp tax.... more