Recognizing the complexities of real estate law and disputes

On Behalf of | May 28, 2015 | Real Estate Disputes |

Despite the fact that a huge number of Miami residents engage in real estate transactions without formal legal counsel, the process is often long and quite involved. If you are interested in purchasing your first home, for instance, you may be unfamiliar with how to approach the huge number of issues that can arise over real estate contract interpretation and enforcement. You could also face legal difficulties if you are not well-versed in your legal rights and obligations as a commercial real estate owner at the time of selling your property. We here at Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., provide our clients with comprehensive legal guidance when dealing with any number of real estate transactions and/or disputes.

When considering the numerous stages of buying and selling real estate in the state of Florida, it is important to keep in mind that time does often equal money. Engaging in transactions efficiently and preventing real estate disputes before they occur can go a long way to help ensure that you do not incur unnecessary financial expenses at any stage of the purchasing or sales process.

Understanding foreclosure guidelines can also be beneficial in many cases, especially if you are dealing with condominium tenants or are purchasing your home through short sale. In the event that you are investing in commercial real estate, it can also be incredibly important to understand how to read loan documents and investment agreements.

Some of the other real estate processes and legal issues that can require professional legal counsel include but are not limited to:

  •          Real estate fraud
  •          1031 tax deferred exchanges
  •          Landlord-tenant conflicts

It is also important to note that failing to properly identify or address some real estate-related legal concerns early can lead to much more serious and costly issues in the future. Learn more about zoning issues and other real estate law topics by visiting our web page today.


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