$19.7 Million Construction Loan for Ambulatory Medical Center is Largest in 2017

Suzette Laboy, Daily Business Review August 15, 2017 Business and real estate attorney Carlos J. Reyes closed on a nearly $20 million construction loan to build an outpatient medical center in Fort Lauderdale, making it his largest construction project to date. Reyes of the Reyes Law Group represented the development group Cypress Creek Medical Pavilion LLC and Axis Health Care Partners LLC and its Read More

Carlos Reyes Featured for Success of Broward County Hispanic Bar Association

The Broward County Hispanic Bar Association—Thirty Years Later The Broward County Hispanic Bar Association (BCHBA) is celebrating its 30-year anniversary during its annual gala June 1. In light of this achievement, the BCHBA will be honoring its beginnings by interviewing several of the BCHBA’s past presidents, and asking how and why the organization was started. By Alicia Gonzalez | May 21, 2019 at 09:29 Read More

A Brief Overview of the Commercial Real Estate Closing Process

When purchasing a piece of commercial real estate, it can be very helpful to understand each of the steps that need to take place during the closing process. While a lot of it is similar to closing on a residential real estate deal, there are some unique things to be aware of so that you’re prepared. Holding Your Escrow Company When closing on a commercial real estate deal it is typically necessary to have a Read More

Buying a Home? Avoid These 4 Mistakes in the Closing Process

You have found the perfect house, performed due diligence to get a pre-approval letter from your lender, and are now ready to close the deal for your new home. But your work is not quite done yet. If you are not careful, you might end up losing the property just as soon as you acquire it. Or, in some cases, the owner may even change their mind and sell it to someone else. Until everyone signs all the documents, the Read More

Choosing Your Closing Agent!

  I often receive calls for a “quote” to handle the closing on the purchase of a residential property.  I always request a copy of the Contract to review key information such as parties involved, purchase price, closing date and contract terms—all to gain insight into the transaction details to assist parties, especially buyers, to close the transaction. After all, a home is the largest purchase most Read More

HFF announces $14.23M financing for development of mixed-use property in South Florida

Press Release brought to you by HFF   MIAMI, FL – January 24, 2018 – Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) announces the $14.23 million senior financing for Sheridan Village, a 63,654-square-foot mixed-use retail center and self storage facility in the South Florida community of Pembroke Pines. Read more here Read More

Lawyer Negotiates Loan to Finish Broward Development

Dealmakers: Carlos J. Reyes The Deal: The Reyes Law Group founder led his team in obtaining a $5.25 million construction loan from Arkansas-based Centennial Bank for developers Sheridan Real Estate Group and ANF Group Inc. in a deal that closed Sept. 29.   Learn more here - CJR DBR Article-Sheridan Loan Closing               Read More

The 5 Corporate Documents You Should Know About

When running a corporation, you are legally obligated to keep track of many things, and have official documents to verify much of what is done. This applies whether you’re running a multi-billion dollar organization or a small business. Regardless of the size or type of corporation you are running, it is a good idea to be aware of some key types of documents that will likely be needed. Certificate of Read More

Reyes Title Services… your ally in getting your deals closed!

Realtors are the backbone of South Florida’s real estate market. You invest time and effort in education, spend hours making calls for listings, or helping clients find the right property, and despite the internet, place countless miles on your car searching for the right property. Would be buyers similarly spend weeks and months searching and looking for the right property to turn into their “home” or the right Read More

Hurricane Irma,… and now the Insurance Company Won’t Pay your Real Estate Damage Claim?!

Hurricane Irma hit us hard, and now, your home or investment property was damaged – roof, broken windows, flooding, maybe the infrastructure was taxed and pipes burst. You’ve been paying your insurance premiums for years, and naturally, you file your claim. If your insurance company denies your claim or pays you substantially less than is needed to properly repair the damages; that’s where we can help! Typically, Read More