Real Estate Businesses and Transactions usually require a huge sum of money, and it is one of the most costly transactions an individual can get into. As a result of this, you must have a qualified and experienced lawyer to guide you before making any decision.
Purchase and sale disputes
When it comes to Purchase and Sale Disputes or any real estate transaction in general, it is very common for issues to arise. One common dispute between the seller and the buyer is failure or inability to disclose material facts or defects that might affect the buyer’s choice to buy the property. Another challenge that may surface is when the parties involved do not possess a sound understanding and knowledge of their duties and what right they have to the property.
These challenges can cause the transaction to fall apart and lead to lawsuits. Conversely, both parties can resolve the problem with the spirit of support and cooperation and go on with the transaction no matter what the challenge could have been.
Why You Need A Real Estate Attorney
A Real Estate Attorney performs several critical and crucial functions like reviewing contracts to verify if any potential or possible risk is present that the clients do not know about. Furthermore, a Real Estate Attorney makes sure that specific stipulations are added in the contracts to protect and guard the client’s interests.
A Real Estate Attorney can also help draft contracts associated with selling or buying commercial or residential real estate.
Arcstone Law handles all and every variety of transactions, disputes, and real estate Litigation, including;
- Foreclosure Defense
- Judicial Foreclosures – Plaintiff & Defendants
- Enforcement of Judgments/Liens
- Loan Modification Litigation
- Bankruptcy Filings – Litigation – Negotiations
- Quiet Title Litigation
- Partition Actions
- Habitability – Slumlord Litigation
- Landlord-Tenant issues
- Real Property Transactions
- Purchase/Sale Disputes
- Real Property Transactions
- Pre-litigation Negotiations/Settlement Discussions
- Agent/Broker Misrepresentations
- Easement/Boundary Disputes
- Appellate Litigation
- Adverse Possession
- Usury Laws Violations
- Eviction Defense
- HOA Litigation
- Construction Defects
- Predatory Lending Litigation
- Eminent Domain
- Debt Negotiations/Collections
- Estate Planning (Wills & Trusts)
When selling or buying real estate or real property, a lot of problems and challenges can surface, as stated earlier, and that is why it is very well recommended that you hire Real Estate or Real property Attorneys who will always advise and direct you all through the transaction.
Real Estate/ Real property agents or Brokers cannot provide you with the legal advice and guidance you may need through the transaction and process. Also, if you depend on a Real Estate/Real Property Agent’s words, you may not be able to sue them later. Real Estate/ Real Property Agents are usually protected and safe from being sued for providing wrong legal advice. However, employing a Real Estate/ Real Property Attorney to advise you on what not to sign and the documents that are safe to sign is even more cost-effective than filing a lawsuit later.
Arcstone Law Real Estate Lawyers can assist you before the transaction, during the transaction, or after the transaction to protect and safeguard your interests. Our lawyers have the essential knowledge, experience, and skill when it comes to negotiating and bargaining with sellers and buyers and offering tangible legal advice that best benefit and protect our clients.
We also offer Mediation, Negotiation, and Arbitration options before filing a lawsuit. Our Real Estate Attorneys have won several cases all over California, including Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County, Los Angeles, including San Diego, where we currently reside.