Southern California Real Estate Attorney

The Southern California real estate law firm of Joseph E. Deering, Jr., Attorney at Law, can help clients with many different types of commercial and residential real estate issues.

Who is looking out for your interests?

When purchasing real estate, a good rule of thumb for deciding whether you need an attorney is whether you understand legal agreements. Legal terms can be confusing and agreements can be poorly written. You deal with a real estate agent, a lending institution, the seller, a title insurance representative, and other parties when buying real estate. Agreements made are legally binding. And you need to ask yourself, "Who is looking out for my interests?"

A Southern California real estate lawyer is the professional who looks out for your interests. You hire the lawyer to determine whether the contract is legally sound, advise whether the terms and conditions put you at a disadvantage, and to ensure a contract is not ambiguous. If fraud or undisclosed title defects later arise, your lawyer can sue on your behalf to recover damages.

Investors purchasing residential property or homes most typically make a residential real estate lawyer part of their professional team. When most families purchase a home, they make the largest investment of their lives. Having an attorney review your legal documents — the pile of loan and purchasing agreements paperwork — can help bring peace of mind that your transaction and future investment are secure. One should also consider the help of an elder law attorney to protect their investment in the future.

Legal help for commercial and residential real estate issues

Sound transactions are good preventatives against future disputes. You require legal help for many different types of real estate transactions and any related disputes. Our commercial real estate attorneys assist clients with the following types of real estate issues:

  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Loan agreements
  • Landlord-tenant issues, including rent control, eviction, and unlawful detainers
  • Chain of title
  • Quitclaim deeds
  • Adverse possession
  • Right of way
  • Boundary disputes
  • Foreclosures
  • Receiverships
  • Easements nuisance
  • Trespass
  • Construction defects
  • Construction liens
  • Land use and zoning issues
  • Zoning variances
  • Refinancing
  • Reverse mortgages
  • Commercial leases
  • Residential leases

Rely on a Southern California commercial real estate lawyer or residential real estate attorney

Call 866.214.7267 today or contact Joseph E. Deering, Jr., Attorney at Law, online. We offer an initial no-obligation, free consultation.