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The Law Office of Michael J. Belle maintains a diverse Sarasota real estate practice. Our attorneys are experienced at handling all types of real estate closings

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Sarasota Real Estate lawyers at Michael J. Belle have years of experience successfully litigating cases in the Sarasota Florida area.

Finding Repose in New York City’s Hidden Spaces

As glass-clad towers rise across the city, the tucked-away mews and mews lookalikes that remain are all the more treasured.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $1,000,000

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

Ask Real Estate: A Co-op Forgot to Send the Storage Bill — for Eight Years. Must the Resident Pay?

Balancing the rights of one shareholder against the co-op collective can be tricky when a big clerical error is made.

Hot Property: Onetime Malibu home of Judy Garland sees changing of the guard

A Malibu beach house where actress-singer Judy Garland of “The Wizard of Oz” once lived has sold in a deal completed off-market for $3.545 million.

USC cancer institute funded by Larry Ellison finds home in West L.A.

A pioneering cancer-research center funded by tech mogul Larry Ellison will launch next April in an office complex being built near a light-rail stop in West Los Angeles.

Top sales: June's priciest home sales featured a supermodel, Hollywood royalty

In June, a supermodel made the latest big splash in Malibu, an estate from Hollywood’s Golden Age closed in Toluca Lake, and the son of a former Walt Disney chief set a record in Little Holmby. Here

Hot Property Newsletter: It’s certainly not cold

The only thing hotter than the weather of late may be the celebrity-driven real estate market. This week’s collection includes speculation about a sports superstar, a soap opera actor looking for a

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Virtual tours make it easier, but how can you tell from FaceTime if the basement is damp?

The High End: Hampton Bays Builds Waterfront Luxury

A townhouse development and a refurbished inn are poised to bracket the Shinnecock Canal and provide a “renewed gateway into the Hamptons.”

Finding New York’s Hidden Spaces

A handful of traditional mews, originally built for carriage houses, are still scattered around the city as new towers rise around them.

Shopping for a Home With FaceTime

Thanks to virtual tours and Google Street View, buyers are more willing to put down a deposit on a new home without ever setting foot in it.

What You Get: $2 Million Homes in Connecticut, Colorado and Minnesota

A 1750 house with a pair of antique barns in Warren, a Tudor-style home in Denver and another Tudor in Minneapolis.

The Hunt: A Multi-Borough Couple Consolidates Uptown

Lara Donnelly and Eliot Routh assumed they wouldn’t find the ideal New York rental with their budget. Then they went up to Hamilton Heights.

Now Even Apartment Dwellers Can Use Solar Power

Community solar groups bring solar power to apartment dwellers and homeowners who can’t install their own solar panels.

Paul Allen puts a $150-million price on storied acreage in Beverly Crest

It’s the type of location moguls dream of: 120 acres of undeveloped land in one of L.A.’s ritziest pockets. And it’s now for sale at $150 million.

One spouse's debts might haunt the other after death

Dear Liz: I have a terminal illness and have less than a year to live. My wife and I are in our 80s and don’t own anything: no cars, no homes. My wife has an IRA worth $140,000 that pays us $2,000 a

See the latest home and condo sales ZIP-by-ZIP

Median home prices by ZIP code, compared with 2016. The information, compiled by CoreLogic, is derived from official San Diego County records and includes nearly all sales. The median price is the mid

Preservationists call for historic status for Los Angeles Times buildings, threatening redevelopment plans

Preservationists hope to secure city monument status for three historic Los Angeles Times buildings, which could hinder a plan to redevelop the downtown block where they stand.

Could rent control be coming to San Diego?

A statewide vote to allow more widespread rent control could have big implications for San Diego County if it passes.

Did LeBron James tip his L.A. arrival through real estate?

The Los Angeles Lakers finally reeled in its prized free agent over the weekend when four-time league MVP LeBron James agreed to a four-year deal with the team.

Where are millennials buying homes?

Nick Wallace has written an article for AOL discussing Where millennials are buying homes.  “The homeownership rate among young people has been declining steadily in recent years. In 2005, 43% of a

Title Insurance

Remember Title Insurance can protect you from what your closing attorney can’t find in the public records because it is mis-indexed or wrongly filed.

2016 Historic Homes Tour: Casa del Carnevale is a “fun house” for its owners

Harold Bubil writes a great article on the 2016 Tour of Homes here in Sarasota http://realestate.heraldtribune.com/2016/02/28/2016-historic-homes-tour-casa-del-carnevale-is-a-fun-house-for-its-owners/

Market Snapshot: Abandoned golf course is reborn reports Sarasota Herald Tribune

Market Snapshot: Abandoned golf course is reborn By Chris Angermann , Herald-Tribune / Saturday, February 20, 2016 It’s rare to find a large, undeveloped parcel of land centrally located in Sarasota

Marriot is targeting China’s middle class

In a sign that China will play a large role in the economic stage in the future Marriot is targeting China’s middle class with the chain striking deal with China’s Eastern Crown Hotels Group to op

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