Real Estate Agent Disputes
Another common issue faced by buyers and sellers of California real estate is disputing with their own real estate agent. Frequently, a party feels as if the real estate agent is not necessarily representing their best interests, but rather just pushing to close another deal. Other times, parties can feel that the detailed real estate contract negotiations are going over their agent’s head to their disadvantage. In either of these cases, it may be a good idea to consult with an experienced real estate attorney to review purchase contracts and guide you through the transaction.
At McFarlin LLP, we can either work with your current agent to help close the transaction properly or take over the whole process by replacing your current agent to facilitate the outcome you desire. We offer a free initial transaction evaluation and analysis so you may feel comfortable with our attorneys and the process.
Real Estate Ownership Disputes
Another very common source of controversy and litigation in real estate matters involves disputes between owners. Oftentimes, the parties purchase real estate in a partnership, joint tenancy, tenants in common, or a trust. Without a clear contract and understanding between the parties, ownership disputes can easily arise. The most common disputes we litigate relate to accounting and division of rents and right to possession of the property. Frequently when one party becomes unhappy with other parties, the first thing they do is accuse the party collecting the rent of some wrongdoing. It is never a bad idea to have a professional management company collect and disburse rents, coordinate and pay for repairs, and transact with tenants to avoid these issues.
Our Real Estate Lawyers Can Help with Your Property Ownership Dispute
With a purchase as significant as real estate, having a real estate attorney to work with can benefit you in many different ways. At McFarlin LLP, we understand the business of real estate and work within your budget to find you cost-effective solutions to your real estate issues. We have litigated and settled many different types of disputes, and represented a diverse clientele, so odds are good that we’ve seen your situation before.