1. What does Attorney Referral Service real estate lawyers do?
Law in general can be divided into transactional and litigation. Litigation deals with dispute, transactions deals with business transactions. Transactional real estate lawyers review contracts and the rights of any kind of the purchase of real estate for the buyer and the seller. The litigation side of real estate law covers disputes regarding the rights of real estate include easements (the right to use the real estate of another – cable lines, rights of municipalities to do landscaping on your property, crossing your property to get to theirs), boundary disputes, etc., disputes about the use of your property if someone is using your property, disputes about fences, disputes about neighbor’s trees hanging over your property, the rights you have versus your neighbors, the rights for support of your property, zoning rights, land use issues. Real estate lawyers also analyze the rights to extract minerals from the property, and your responsibilities as a property owner (for example, if someone gets hurt on your land). They also review water rights.
2. What can a real estate lawyer do for you ?
A real estate lawyer assists in real property transactions and advises clients regarding their rights and responsibilities in real estate transactions, represents a property owner in court and in law suits related to property rights including boundary disputes, transactions, imminent domain and inverse condemnation.
Real estate transactions are governed by federal statutes, as well as state statutory and common law. Real Estate Lawyers review and and use these statutes and laws, as well as property law matters. Real estate lawyers ianalyze a wide variety of legal issues relating to acquiring, financing, developing, managing, constructing, leasing and selling commercial and residential real property of all kinds, including:
- Real estate transactions relating to representation, litigation, consultation and negotiation of mortgages, mortgage re-financing, reverse mortgages, 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, residential purchase and sale agreements, commercial purchase and sale agreements, residential leases, and commercial leases (e.g., office, medical building, restaurant, industrial property, or shopping center).
- Real estate disputes, including disputes over adverse possession, prescriptive easements, eminent domain, condemnation, property taxes, title and boundaries, views, trees, branches, party walls, fences, as well as nuisance, trespass and encroachment, as well as sale disputes (e.g., breach of contract, specific performance, non-disclosure, fraud or misrepresentation).
- Real estate broker issues, including claims against and defense of real estate brokers and agents including negligence, fraud/misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, disclosure obligations.
- Construction defects and mechanic's liens, including disputes that owners, builders and contractors may have in regard to construction disputes, construction defects and claims, as well as construction accident claims.
- Land use and zoning matters, including representation of property owners before governmental entities (cities, counties, zoning boards, design review boards) relating to land use applications, permits variances, zoning exceptions, design review approvals, and special use permits, as well as common interest communities, including interpretation and enforcement of Covenants and Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R's).
When Should I hire a Real Estate Lawyer?
There are many reasons to hire a real estate lawyer for your real estate needs. You do not necessarily have to be involved with any litigation to benefit from a qualified real estate lawyers counsel and assistance. There are a variety of matters where a real estate lawyer can be helpful including a real estate closing where a lawyer 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. A real estate lawyer 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 lawyers 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.
AAA ATTORNEY REFERRAL SERVICE REAL ESTATE LAWYER PRACTICE AREAS
Residential Real Estate
If you are buying or selling a home the experienced real estate attorneys of AAA Attorney referral Service real estate team of lawyers are here to help! They work with Buyers, Sellers, Agents and Brokers to ensure that your real estate transaction will proceed smoothly.
Commercial Real Estate
In addition to Residential Real Estate, AAA Attorney referral Service real estate lawyers can assist with Commercial Real estate. Our lawyers will assist you with purchases, refinances and 1031 exchanges of multi-unit homes, apartment complexes, retail and commercial space, industrial space, raw land and new developments.
Real Estate Litigation
Many Real Estate transactions are fraught with both risks and rewards, as well as disputes.AAA Attorney referral service Real estate lawyers represent realtors, brokers, buyers and sellers in a wide variety of disputes including fraud in the sale of a home, commission disputes, boundary line disagreements, specific performance on contracts, mortgage fraud, and more.
Foreclosure Abatement, Foreclosure Defense Lawyers
Unfortunately, times are tough for many Florida and Georgia Homeowners. If you are falling behind on your mortgage payments, or are facing a Foreclosure situation, our Real Estate Lawyers can help. Banks and Lenders are usually very hesitant to foreclosure – they have way too many foreclosures on their hands already – so our foreclosure defense lawyers are often able to work with your mortgage company to avoid a foreclosure. Give us a call and we will connect you with a foreclosure defense lawyer who can explore a number of options available to you.
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AAA Attorney referral service Florida and Georgia lawyers can assist with Real Estate Investors. They handle a number of issues unique to an Investor , such as Rush Title Searches, Rush Recordings, Asset Protection, Corporation Formations, and more.
Landlord / Tenant Lawyers, Condo / Homeowner Association Lawyers
Our Florida and Georgia Real Estate Lawyers represent both landlords and tenants and condo/ homeowner associations in a variety of disputes, including Georgia and Florida Eviction Proceedings, Lease Negotiations, Security Deposits, and Unpaid Back Rent, foreclosure proceedings,document revisions,homeowner problems and litigation. If you have a legal issue with your tenant or landlord, we can help. Our attorneys are experienced in condo homeowner association law Let us connect you with an experienced Landlord / Tenant lawyer or CONDO HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION LAWYER in Georgia or Florida.
If you are buying, selling or refinancing Commercial property in Georgia or Florida, be sure to contact AAA Attorney referral service We will connect you with a real estate lawyer in Florida and Georgia to discuss your transaction, and make sure you are afforded every protection possible under Florida and Georgia Law. Call us today or use our easy contact form 1 800 733-5342.
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