Ordinance No. 08-133 applies to all residential properties in unincorporated Miami-Dade County which are acquired through a Certificate of Title (Foreclosures and Judgments), in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes. This applies to include single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses and duplexes.
The adopted ordinance became effective April 1, 2009 and requires that title holders of foreclosed properties obtain a Certificate of Use (CU) prior to offering the property for sale, transfer or alienation.
We have a team of professionals ready to service Real Estate Professionals, Banks, Mortgage Companies, Buyers, Sellers and Investors with obtaining a Certificate of Use for condominiums, town houses and single-family homes that are currently under foreclosure.
The Services provided are as follows:
1. Disclosure of Findings Report 2. Survey, Site Plan or Layout 3. Open permits verification 4. Zoning Filing Fees 5. Submittal and monitoring of Report 6. Obtaining an "approved" Report 7. Cost of County Clerk recording fees 8. Cost of copying fees 9. Expediting Fees 10. Certificate of Use
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