To begin with this topic on property titles, it is essential to note that many people think that investing abroad is an unattainable and risky goal, but it is not.
Investing in real estate in Florida can be an intelligent decision if you are prepared and well advised. You need to know that technological advances have enabled a great deal of fraud in many fields, and the real estate sector is not exempt. To protect your investment, you must ensure that the property title is not fraudulent. The first step is to find out if the documents you are presented with are genuine.
Given that it is straightforward today to falsify official documents, impersonate a notary and even obtain false identification, at Noelia Ramos Law, we help you avoid any scam or undesirable situation of this type.
Consider the following:
• The most common scam in the usurpation of the identity of a foreign owner to sell land or property to a third party, making the deed of sale, is notarized by a false notary. As a result, a bona fide buyer is denied ownership of property that they have paid for. In this case, only a lawyer familiar with this type of case will be able to resolve it at the judicial level.
• Always be on the lookout for properties purchased abroad, especially if you cannot frequently travel to see them.
• Contact the Noelia Ramos Law team with any questions or additional information you need if something seems suspicious.
• Do not close businesses to acquire a property if you are not 100% sure that everything is legal. At Noelia Ramos Law, we take care of preventing you from being involved in a fraudulent sale as long as you come to us from the beginning of the transaction. To avoid inconveniences and secure your investment with us. Fill out our contact form today.