For most people, the purchase of a home is the largest financial transaction -- and the most complex -- they will complete. Because of this, most people will have dozens of questions about the process.
Whenever you're buying and selling real estate, you're investing a terrific amount of capital in a tangible and valuable asset. This means that any mistakes made during the process can be highly detrimental, both in the short-term and the long-term. This is especially true for business owners, who need to keep a very close eye on assets, debts and the distribution of the cash the company has on hand. Below are a few areas in which we can help with these complex cases.
Despite what many people think, claims on real estate properties are not always clear. There may be several people who have interest in owning a piece of land outright and there are cases where people seek to have partial ownership of that land. For those seeking to clarify their ownership of a real estate, a quiet title action may be the wisest decision.
There's a difference between having a neighbor you don't really get along with and having a neighbor who may be actively breaking the law. Landowners do have a lot of rights on their own property, but that doesn't mean they can do anything they want, especially if it impacts your life dramatically.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, you should know certain things about real estate disclosures. They can come in different forms, but they are basically an opportunity for the buyer to learn as much as possible about the seller's experience in the property.
Thinking of buying some property and assuming you'll have 100 percent control over it once you own it? Thanks to easements, this is not always the case.
When deciding how to use a piece of property, you must consider how it has been zoned by the city. There are a few different types of zones, but the most common are residential zones and commercial zones. In some cases, you can find buildings that have been zoned for mixed use.
Title disputes aren't exactly uncommon in the world of real estate law. From business managers to home buyers, people and companies can run into serious problems because of their title -- or someone else's title. Today, we're going to talk about a couple of potential legal problems that can arise as a result of a title dispute.