Dina Arvanitakis – Realtor ®

Dina is a Real Estate Sales Consultant with Real Net Brokerage with an emphasis on residential and commercial real estate. She is also a Florida licensed attorney, with a legal background including real estate law, corporate transactions, foreclosure defense, probate and estates and trusts. She is fluent in English and Greek language.

Residential and Commercial Real Estate

Dina Arvanitakis and her team at Real Net Brokerage have over 30 years of experience in both residential and commercial real estate. We can facilitate a smooth transaction from start to finish. She has extensive knowledge of the local real estate markets. As a resident of the north Pinellas County area, Dina is very knowledgeable of Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Dunedin and Clearwater Florida areas.

Real Estate Law Knowledge

With our knowledge of real property law, we can advise and counsel buyers and sellers of their legal duties.  If you are a buyer, we can counsel you of your options to enforce the contract when a seller breaches it or fails to disclose material facts that affect the property value. We can protect the buyers and hold sellers accountable before or after the sale transpires. In addition, we will advise buyers how they can get out of their binding contract without legally breaching it.

As a seller, we will advise and counsel you of your legal duties to make proper disclosures, your options if there is ever an escrow dispute or when a breach of the sales contract has actually occurred.

If you are a buyer or seller, let Dina Arvanitakis represent you.

Dina Arvanitakis - Realtor®

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Florida Real Estate Law when Buying or Selling

Florida is unique in that a buyer and seller can enter into a real estate transaction and have a closing without being represented by attorneys. In other states, like Illinois or New York, that is not allowed. In most states buyers and sellers cannot come to the closing table without both sides being represented by an attorney. In addition, some states only allow an attorney to draft the Sale and Purchase agreements. However, in Florida, only Realtors ® and Title Companies facilitate the sale and closing. This opens the door for mistakes, misrepresentations and a whole host of problems.