Trying to sell your property?
Don’t understand your rights under a real estate contract? Concerned that the other side is trying to pull a fast one?
While a realtor can offer helpful services in some of these matters, there are many legal considerations that you just can’t handle without an attorney on your team. Work with a legal professional who can help you meet your goals and ensure you’re following all applicable regulations.
Real estate law governs how property ownership is obtained and transferred. These regulations and processes apply to the following common areas:
- Buying or selling a home
- Buying or selling a commercial property
- Investing in real estate
- Avoiding or managing a foreclosure
- Mortgages and loans
- Landlord and tenant relations
- Property boundaries
- Property taxes
- Legal uses of land
Florida has its own set of laws for real estate transactions on top of what’s required on a local and federal level. Buying or selling a property may seem straightforward, but there are actually many moving parts you need to know about.
Whatever role you are playing in these matters, it’s crucial that you understand the laws in your area of Florida. Otherwise, you could be facing penalties, fines, unfair contract terms, or a lengthy legal battle in court.
Why would you need a real estate attorney?
Real estate lawyers act as your go-to resource for advice and guidance along the way, whatever your role may be in a real estate transaction.
How PeytonBolin can help
Here’s a deeper look at the real estate services we provide:
- Purchase and sale contract negotiation and review
- Preparation of mortgage and title documents
- Legal representation for buyers or sellers
- Dispute resolution with a homeowners’ or condo association
- Guidance on all laws and regulations that apply to your situation
- Title transfer issues
- Assistance in all aspects of real estate transactions
Our experts at PeytonBolin are here to answer any questions you have about selling or buying property in Florida. We make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible. If you’re a first-time homebuyer, you may not fully understand all the legal steps you have to take, like title searches and transfers, or the home inspection process. Leave those details in our hands so you can focus more on other priorities.
We are committed to simplifying real estate law for our clients. Don’t try to navigate the world of real estate on your own. Contact our team of board-certified attorneys to schedule a phone consultation.
We look forward to assisting you through your real estate transaction!