Real estate is an industry that is constantly on the move. Whether the economy is strong or weak, people always have a need for a place to live, work, and shop, and businesses for office space.
When seeking real estate help, you may ask yourself, should I hire a real estate agent or lawyer to buy or sell my home or commercial property? The process of buying or selling a home or commercial property is complex in nature, encompassing many facets where legal judgments have to be made to protect you from exposure to potential disputes and/or litigation. When legal judgments have to be made or legal issues arise, you will need an attorney because a real estate agent is not qualified and competent to assist you without breaking the law.
An attorney from the outset can work with you to strategically structure the real estate deal, with your economic and legal interest in mind. An agent on the other hand can potentially salvage it, exposing you to a costly dispute and/or litigation – after all, forcing you to retain an attorney. When dealing with real estate, a small mistake can cost you dearly. It is a time where you cannot afford to be wrong and best to let the lawyers help you get it right from the outset.
Most, who contemplate on buying, selling or protecting their residential or commercial property, frequently have questions or concerns. Because real estate is a complex area of the law and every case is different, you should contact legal counsel to discuss any questions that you may have regarding your particular situation.
Some of our real estate attorneys are also licensed real estate agents. Call us today to speak with a real estate attorney. Our legal team is ready to help you whether to sell your property, buy your dream property, or protect your hard earned property.
REAL ESTATE SERVICES
- Residential and Commercial Transactions
- Purchase and Sale Agreements (Drafting, Reviewing and/or Negotiating)
- Lease Agreements (Drafting, Reviewing and/or Negotiating)
- Letter of Intent
- Quit Claim Deeds
- Dispute Representation
- Foreclosure Defense
- Time Share Cancellations