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ESQTitle2021-74-300x245By: Alejandro Jordan, Esq.

We at ESQ.title are cognizant of the complexity and overwhelming nature of real estate transactions. Because of this, we created the ESQ.title CARE Promise, which sums up our dedication to offering first-rate service and assistance throughout your real estate experience. You’ll know you’re in capable hands thanks to our CARE Promise.

C – Commitment to Your Success

Our uncompromising dedication to your success is at the heart of ESQ.title. We put a lot of effort into making sure that your real estate transaction is easy and effective. We are committed to understanding your specific needs and goals. We are there for you from the moment you engage our services, assisting you at every turn.

Our group of knowledgeable real estate lawyers brings a wealth of experience and understanding to the table. You will get the most accurate and timely guidance since we keep up with the most recent laws, rules, and market developments. We go above and above to safeguard your interests and get the greatest result for you because we are dedicated to your success.

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By: Alejandro Jordan, Esq.

A wave of technological developments is transforming the way homes are purchased, sold, and managed in the real estate sector. It is essential for real estate agents to adapt to and take advantage of these new trends as technology continues to develop in order to succeed in the cutthroat industry. Leading real estate law firm ESQ.title, with offices in Coral Gables, Florida, understands the value of remaining on the cutting edge of technology advancement to better serve their clients. This blog post will discuss some recent real estate trends as well as how ESQ.title is using technology to influence the sector.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in Property Showcasing

Gone are the days when potential buyers had to rely solely on static images and floor plans to visualize a property. Thanks to virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), buyers can now immerse themselves in virtual property tours and experience properties in a more interactive and engaging way. ESQ.title understands the value of these technologies in helping buyers make informed decisions. By collaborating with real estate agents and leveraging VR and AR tools, ESQ.title ensures that their clients have access to immersive property experiences, allowing them to explore every detail of a home remotely. This technology not only saves time and travel costs but also provides a realistic representation of properties, enabling buyers to make more confident purchasing decisions.

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By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

When it comes to real estate transactions, having the right attorney on your side can make all the difference. A skilled and experienced attorney can ensure that your interests are protected and that the transaction proceeds smoothly. This is where Alejandro E. Jordan and his boutique law firm, ESQ.title, come in.

Alejandro E. Jordan is a real estate attorney who has made a name for himself in the Miami real estate industry as a deal maker who always puts his clients’ interests first. Alejandro believes that managing legal issues with a business-oriented mindset is key to ensuring that his clients receive the best possible outcome from any transaction.

ESQTitle2021-74-300x245By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

Real estate, as opposed to movable personal property, does not need a physical transfer because it is immovable and therefore impossible to steal. Future real estate transactions will increasingly be conducted digitally with the use of new technology. Due to the coronavirus, there have been many shifts in the way we live our lives. One of these shifts has been the process of doing everything virtually. Real estate is being influenced by this shift which is making it possible to own an asset digitally instead of just physically.

The world of digital assets is growing, and we’re seeing more and more of our daily lives turned into computer-readable formats. NFTs are being used to generate art and new digital commodities in the metaverse. Most of the world’s currency is already digital, just 8% of it is physical. The stock market is also now digital and easier than ever to trade in. With the help of e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba, real physical things of generally low value, like books and clothes, are sold online. In contrast, high-value assets such as real estate, vehicles, pricey collectibles, yachts, and startup investments are increasingly functioning digitally as a result of their digital ownership representations.

AJ-Headshot-2020-226x300By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

With regard to capital appreciation, real estate has traditionally been considered to be one of the more popular investment options. Remember, it is a limited resource whose value is intrinsically related to its status as a scarce resource. What happens, though, when real estate begins to lose its sense of reality?

Please allow me to introduce you to the world of virtual real estate. A booming real-world housing market can be found in this area of the country. The entire spectrum of options is available, from real estate agents and leasing agreements to land owners. Except for the fact that it’s all taking place in virtual space, which was a far-fetched notion just a few decades ago but is now becoming a reality.

AJ-Headshot-2020-226x300By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

This article provides a sample framework for the trade of real-estate ownership rights via the “encapsulation” of those rights in a Non-Fungible Token (NFT), as well as NFT participation in the DeFi sector and the potential of providing crypto title insurance, for added confidence and security.  Moreover, this Crypto-talk article will address some of the methods for transacting real estate using blockchain-enabled technologies, including NFTs, as well as the long-term strategy of “blockchainizing” or “NFT-ing” real estate in the United States.

The idea is to keep an electronic version of NFT ownership proprietary papers “on-chain,” where the NFT smart contract can modify the legal entity owner’s identity when the NFT is transferred from a seller to a bidder on an NFT Marketplace, for example. The key is to provide the legal framework that allows the NFT smart contract to make changes to legal documents, as well as the legal framework in the Terms of Use agreements that regulate the creation and listing of the NFT.

After digital collectible NFTs, why are real estate NFTs the next logical step?

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AJ-Headshot-2020-226x300By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

The advent of blockchain technology is projected to have a big impact on real estate, the largest asset class by value, which is predicted to expand from $2687.35 billion in 2020 to $3717.03 billion in 2025. Blockchain is the core technology that enables the whole cryptocurrency ecosystem’s value proposition. It’s the technology behind Bitcoin’s security and the reason Ethereum smart contracts have a value. Smart contract developers can use on-chain logic to manage different real estate transactions, goods, and markets utilizing external data inputs and traditional settlement outputs, allowing real estate assets to become computerized as tokens on blockchain ledgers.

Holders can use their tokenized real estate assets on blockchains in interesting ways, such as trading them against reliable benchmarks or providing them as security for a loan, thanks to hybrid smart contracts, which combine the protection of blockchain networks with the richness of real-world data inputs. Furthermore, utilizing an external data source, exotic derivatives products may be produced and paid for on-chain, allowing stakeholders to protect against diverse real estate sector patterns.

LE2020_BADGE--257x300ST. PETERSBURG, FL. (June 22, 2020) – Alejandro E. Jordan, ESQ. of ESQ.title, Coral Gables was recently recognized in the 2020 edition of Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite™.

The list of 1,071 honorees represents just over 1% of the active Florida Bar members, including attorneys in private practice as well as top government and non-profit attorneys who practice in Florida.

Florida Trend invited all actively practicing Florida lawyers to name the attorneys that they hold in highest regard – lawyers with whom they have personally worked and would recommend to others.

JordanLawyers-ICON-Dark-241x300By:  Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq.

Q: Are you now a new law firm?
A: Absolutely not. We have a new logo, messaging and website (launching 4/01/2020) to better reflect the firm we are today – a firm that remains on the forefront of real estate representation and cost-effective solutions.

Q: Why did you rebrand?
A:  The firm has evolved over the years.  We upgraded our imagery to capture our entrepreneurial spirit, our passion, and our unwavering commitment to our clients which we serve.

Q: Did you change your name?
A: We did not. We’ve chosen to identify ourselves by the shortened version ESQ.title, which relates to our ability to provide tactical and proactive guidance to our client’s needs through our multidisciplinary relationships in both the real estate and legal arenas.  Our legal name, however, remains Jordan Pascale, P.L.  It’s on our website and in much of our correspondence.

Q: Where do I send my emails?
A: Either email addresses are fine.  You can still email; or to our new email addresses:

For Business/Real Estate Litigation Matters:

For Real Estate Closings, Title + Escrow:   

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JordanPascale_BlogImage-300x215If you are reading this, NOW is the PERFECT time to get ahead and make sure you are most prepared to deal with the before and after effects of the Storm.  Locate your Auto, Boat, and Homeowners Insurance policies and make sure they are in effect and in good standing.  If you have any questions about your policies, reach out to your insurance agent immediately. 

Remember to take pictures or video with your smart phone before the StormTake pictures or even video tape the outside to show every corner of your home, the inside of your ceiling to show there were no leaks.  Take pictures and video around your windows from the inside to show there were no water stains before the storm.  Take pictures or video of all your furniture, TV’s and all electronics so you can show that you did own them prior to the storm.  It is most common for insurance companies to claim that damages were there prior and will likely not approve your claims unless you have some evidence (THE MORE EVIDENCE THE BETTER!)

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us anytime at 305-501-2836.  We are here to help and assist you in any way we can. 

Below is a comprehensive list of “things to do” we received and would like to share with everyone to help in your preparation: 

1.       Charge any device that provides light. Laptops, tablets, cameras, video cameras, and old phones. Old cell phones can still used for dialing 911. Charge external battery back ups.  Continue Reading ›

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