Real Estate Law
Dealing with and investing in real estate is no easy feat, especially if you are new to the industry. A good real estate lawyer can be of great relief if you want to sell or buy property. Raymond Carrero, P.A. does more than just represent buyers and sellers at closings; the firm is able to handle several issues related to real estate transactions.
Here are some of the things our firm will do for you:
Verify the state of the property
Dealing with real estate is no easy feet, especially if you are new to the industry. A good real estate lawyer will be a great relief if you want to sell or buy property. Raymond Carrero, P.A. firm does more than just handle closings; the firm is able to handle several issues related to real estate transactions. Here are some of the things our firm will do for you:
Your real estate lawyer will interpret the contract for you as they are usually laden with meaning and some of the terms may not be easy to understand. We will be able to point out to you what every term means to ensure that you understand what you are signing. We will also review and prepare all of the necessary documentation and ensure you get what you bargained for.
There are times people buy land only to be served with notices or lawsuits of unpaid taxes, unsatisfied liens, or adverse claims to ownership. To avert this, your real estate lawyer will make sure that all relevant matters (including liens, taxes and other title defects) connected to the property are settled before you make your purchase.
Alternatively, you may need to sue a tenant or landlord, financial institution or contractor. As trial attorneys, will be able to handle these cases on your behalf.
If you buy property that has damage that was not previously disclosed during the time of purchase, a real estate lawyer can help you get the damage issue resolved in a legal and just manner. At times, they your lawyer will have to ensure that the seller pays for the damage if they did not disclose the damage before the sale.
The firm is able to negotiate with insurance companies to get fair compensation for your property in case of a loss. This includes also the content in the home that were destroyed. This loss could result from fire, natural disasters, vandalism and water damage that you have insured your property against. If settlement cannot be negotiated, our firm will be able to litigate the insurance claim if it is appropriate to do so in your situation in order to get your property to its original form.
To learn more about how we can assist you with your real estate matters, contact the office of Raymond Carrero, P.A. today.