Learn Which Legislative Changes are Affecting Real Estate in 2022

23 Sep

Zoom: 36 Legislative Updates to Florida's 2022 Real Estate Statutes

Zoom: 36 Legislative Updates to Florida's 2022 Real Estate Statutes

Friday, September 23, 2022 (10:00 AM to 11:30 AM)

Webinar FREE, Zoom

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This is a FREE Workshop for MIAMI Members ($25 Non-Members) 

Florida’s legislature adds, revises, or updates laws each year and which typically go into effect July 1, 2022.  

Learn about 36 new laws which were passed.  These new laws are either directly or indirectly affecting real estate or are otherwise of substantial and significant importance. 

For those who register for virtual (Zoom) presentation,  Registration via the ZOOM link is REQUIRED to reserve your place and join the training session. Computer/Laptop/Tablet with internet access and audio is REQUIRED. 

After registering for the meeting, you will receive a confirmation, click on the zoom link provided.  Follow the instructions containing the Zoom meeting instructions; CLICK "ADD TO CALENDAR" to reserve the time in your personal calendar and save the join instructions.  

Saving the reservation to your calendar will provide an automated reminder about the session as well as the instructions to Join the session with the time comes. 

When it's time to join the meeting, simply follow the prompts in your ZOOM calendar reservation. From your Computer/Laptop/Tablet, click the URL/link to join the event. Make sure your volume is turned up so you can hear the instructors when they start the session.


Randy Gilbert

Randy Gilbert graduated law school in 1999, is published in the Florida Bar Law Journal, and previously performed appellate work in real estate and construction litigation for 18½ years. He made case law in just about every appellate court in this state including federal, including the supreme court of Florida. He no longer represents clients or acts as an attorney, but instead transitioned to serve as the Chief Happiness Officer for Florida’s Title Insurance Company, which is owned by his brother Bryce who is an attorney. 

Randy is big into volunteering. Randy is a guardian ad litem for abused neglected and abandoned children; is an executive Director for the Hollywood Arts and Culture Museum so his office penthouse is filled with museum quality art; and teaches the first time home buyers program for the Urban Housing League to help lower income families qualify for governmental grants. 

Randy is also published monthly, in LifeStyle Magazine’s and for over 3 years has been their designated Real Estate Expert.  

Randy can typically be found sponsoring or teaching Miami Association of Realtor classes, as he is big into education.