Damaris Pereira

Damaris Pereira

Miami Real Estate Attorney - Title Services
  • Real Estate Law, Business Law
  • Florida
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I represent clients in the purchase and sale of commercial and residential real estate throughout Florida, including the negotiation, contract documentation and closing of the transaction. I also have extensive experience in commercial leasing, title insurance, lender representation involving secured financing, property development and condominium formation. Feel free to contact me to represent you or your clients in real estate matters.

Practice Areas
Real Estate Law
Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
Business Law
Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
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  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
University of Miami School of Law
J.D. (2004) | Law
Honors: cum laude
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University of Miami
B.B.A. (2001) | Finance and Business Law
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Professional Associations
Miami Lakes Bar Association
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2 Questions Answered
Q. My deed and title paperwork make no reference to HOA, yet I was told by builder we were in HOA. Been paying for 13 yrs.
A: If you look at your Owner's Title Insurance Policy, you should see the HOA declaration recording information listed. The deed should also have boilerplate language stating .."subject to restrictions, reservations,..."
Q. Can you explain a Continuous Marriage Affidavit and can someone other than surviving spouse sign it?
A: A Continuous Marriage Affidavit (a/k/a CMA) is an affidavit that states that the property was acquired by the owners during their marriage (as tenants by the entirety) and the owners remained married (continuously) through the date of sale or the passing (date of death) of one of the spouses. You will need to confirm with the title company/underwriter who should sign the CMA affidavit.
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Pereira Law, P.A.
6500 Cow Pen Road
Suite 204
Miami Lakes, FL 33014
Telephone: (305) 821-5122
Cell: (305) 501-0027
Fax: (305) 362-9525
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