Real Estate Lawyers
Real estate lawyers represent the interest of buyers, rentals, or sellers of real estate – that is, of immovable property. Real estate law is simply the documentation of buying and selling properties whether commercial or residential. Real property is generally defined as land and the things permanently attached to the land. Things that are permanently attached to the land, also can be referred to as improvements, include homes, garages, and buildings. Substances that are beneath the land (such as gas, oil, minerals) are also considered permanently attached.
Real estate disputes may escalate to different levels. Whether the manner of resolution is mediation, arbitration, or traditional litigation, a real estate lawyer must be able to protect their clients’ needs in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.
Real Estate Lawyer serve home buyers and sellers. Looking for a real estate lawyer they can feel secure & confident in. Homeowners who appreciate personal, reliable and dependable service; knowing all their legal fees up front; and getting their keys on closing without any hassles.
Residential Real Estate (Home Legal Services) is our ONLY business and that separates us from many other law firms that focus on a variety of legal services unrelated to residential real estate. Their resources are sometimes spread too thinly across various types of assignments. Many firms barely ever give you the chance to talk to a real person, let alone your lawyer (unless they can bill you for extra fees).
There are many reasons to hire a real estate attorney for your real estate needs. A qualified real estate attorney can protect you from costly mistakes, errors in the documents, errors in the figures and other problems that could lead to litigation or other expensive legal action. An experienced attorney can also help you keep your property out of probate court by setting up a living trust for you to pass your property directly to your intended heirs.
Real estate attorneys also represent and assist business entities in a variety of commercial real estate issues including real estate investment opportunities, acquisitions and sales, real estate construction and development, farm and ranch acquisitions and sales, leasing, landlord/tenant matters, land use, zoning, eminent domain, financing, refinancing, mortgages and foreclosures, and other commercial real estate matters.