First of all, your brother would have to consent to the sale of his interest in the condo. Find a real estate attorney licensed in Florida.
Prior to starting a business entity, you're also going to want to discuss issues like tax implications with an accountant. An LLC is probably the way to go, but you should be fully informed before you form such an entity. Assuming your brother is agreeable to the transaction, you may want to transfer ownership of the condo to whatever business entity you form. That way, you're shielded from personal liability in the event anything happens.
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