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What is real estate law?

Purchasing a home is an investment. For many people, making such an investment takes culmination of decades of hard work. Real estate law is all about protecting that investment and protecting the homeowner from legal disputes related to it. Real estate refers to land and the things that are permanently fixed to the land such as buildings or other large structures. 

When to hire a Real estate attorney

While Real Estate Attorneys are not required when purchasing a home in 24 States, it is recommended that you have an Attorney look over your contracts before you sign them.

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Buyers

When purchasing a home with outstanding liens, it can be beneficial to have an Attorney on your side helping navigate complex legal issues that arise during negotiations with lean holders.

 

 

Sellers

Real Estate Attorneys protect sellers by ensuring that regulations are adhered to before the process of transferring ownership is complete. Your Real Estate Attorney will also be equipt with the knowledge to assist with regulations related to out of town buyers and short-sales.

 

Evictions

LandLords

For landlords dealing with evictions can be financially and spiritually draining. The majority of landlords do have the money to pay expensive retainer fees. Without an Attorney, evictions only become more stressful. Having an Attorney can reduce the amount of time that eviction proceedings take and increase the amount of money you are able to retrieve from ex-tenants.

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Tenants

Not all evictions are caused by non-payment on the tenants part. Tenant who have been subjected to illegal behavior by landlords deserve an opportunity to be heard in court. The most effective tool a tenant can utilize in an eviction, is their leasing agreement. The second most effective tool, a real estate attorney. 

 

Studies have shown that tenants who face eviction proceedings with an attorney yield more favorable outcomes than without. An eviction judgement is one of the quickest ways to wreck a credit score. 


Construction

From planning to completion, construction lawyers represent owners, designers, architects, material suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors. A construction lawyer will assist their client with scheduling, budgeting, fulfilling regulatory guidelines, contracting, submitting claims, terminations, and so much more.

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