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We buy real estate and specialize in raw land around the country. We are looking for trust worthy abstractor/paralegal/attorney to review our purchase contract and title within 24 hours to give us a written opinion with abstract. We need to confirm if there is an open mortgage, back taxes, verify ownership, make arrangements with seller to notarize deed and efile deed, check for HOA and code violations. The average typical time for the above is about an hour. We have a couple of files that we would like you to close now and a little sales experience would be very helpful.
1. File #1 .44 Acres in Ocala, Florida (Marion County), APN/Parcel#: R1648-030-001
Property Address: No Situs, @ corner of 152nd Ct & NE Hwy 314/Salt Springs Hwy, Silver Springs, FL 34488
Property Size: 0.44 acres (19,166.4 sq ft)
Road Access: Yes
Terrain: Level with trees and bushes
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Other: No HOA
Investor Owned Proprty-CM3 REAL ESTATE LLC
C/O MIGUEL RAMOS
16921 NE 22ND ST
VANCOUVER WA 98684 https://www.pa.marion.fl.us/PropertySearch.aspx?SearchBy=ParcelR&Parms=R1648-030-001
2. Concern: The legal description for the last several deeds back to 1995 have "No commercial enterprises without permission of Grantor."
Here is the full legal description:
Block 30, Sites 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and 8 in Lake Lynne, or more particularly described as follows:
The East 60.0 feet of the West 1292.0 feet of the South 410.0 feet of the South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 16, Township 14 South, Range 24 East. Subject to an easment for ingress and egress along the North 10.0 feed and the West 10.0 feed hereof. Subject to utility easments. No commercial enterprises without permission of Grantor.
3. As there are 8 lots included in the .44 acre purchase, zoned R4, we are contemplating building 2 rental cabins each lot 1-8 for a total of 16 cabins for rental to Ocala National Forest Area. We are concerned that this would be considered a "Commercial Enterprise" and somehow violate the deed restriction.
4. Is the grantor really allowed to impose commercial restrictions and is this really part of the legal description?
5. What is the Florida Law that deals with this issue or is it completely baseless?
6. We talked with the county zoning and they said we are all cleared and properly zoned to build permanent constructed cabins. So this is simply a "Legal Description" issue or "Deed Restriction Issue" to be resolved. Can the present GRANTOR simply drop this restriction or does the restrictive language go all the way back to the original Grantor that started the language in 1995 or earlier?
Please take a look at the past deeds (see link above) and advise as to proper legal description and title opinion based on the commercial use stated above.
7. Attached is a sample of the deed we like to use when buying from a seller. Please review and advise.
We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.
Less than 30 hrs/week
More than 3 months3+ monthsProject LengthDuration
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