Serfaty Law, P.A.
View Our Practice Areas

Miami Legal Blog

Acheter un bien immobilier en Floride

Beaucoup de gens en Europe et au Canada choisissent d'acheter de l'immobilier en Floride, soit comme un investissement ou tout simplement pour avoir un endroit chaud pour passer les mois d'hiver. Cependant, l'achat de biens immobiliers dans un autre pays peut être complexe.

Que vous achetiez une maison, un condo ou une propriété d'entreprise, l'immobilier est un investissement important. Pour s'assurer que vous obtenez tout ce que vous pensez obtenir, il est important d'avoir un avocat expérimenté effectuer un examen complet de la propriété, le contrat légal, et les implications fiscales.

Choosing a business entity in Florida

If you are starting a business or buying investment property in Florida, it's important to protect yourself from personal liability. One way to do that is by choosing a properly constituted business entity.

No one should own a business or investment property under their personal name. Otherwise, you will put your personal assets at risk for anything that happens to the business or investment property.

Choosing a business entity in Florida

If you are starting a business or buying investment property in Florida, it's important to protect yourself from personal liability. One way to do that is by choosing a properly constituted business entity.

No one should own a business or investment property under their personal name. Otherwise, you will put your personal assets at risk for anything that happens to the business or investment property.

Obtention d'un visa américain basé sur l'investissement

Les différentes façons d’immigrer aux Etats-Unis devenant de plus en plus difficiles, de nombreux ressortissants étrangers souhaitant vivre et travailler aux États-Unis le font sur la base d'un investissement commercial.

Contrairement à d'autres types de visas américains, les visas d'investissement E2 ne sont pas limités. De nombreuses personnes peuvent obtenir un visa E2 en achetant ou en créant une entreprise aux États-Unis, et pas seulement les plus aisés.

Five things to know when buying commercial real estate in Florida

People from around the world buy commercial real estate in Florida. Whether you are buying commercial property for an investment or to operate a business, here are five tips to ensure you get what you think you are getting.

1. Check land use and zoning. Is the property zoned for your intended use? Does someone else have the right to use your property through an easement? Do you share a common driveway or parking lot with owners of adjacent property? If so, do you have the easements you need?

Email us for A response

Schedule a Consultation

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Our Office

4770 Biscayne Blvd Suite 1430
Miami, FL 33137

Phone: 786-693-6251
Fax: 305-722-9555
Miami Law Office Map