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Frequently Asked Questions about California Real Estate Law
Real estate law is a branch of law that governs the ownership, use, and transfer of real property. It includes a wide range of legal issues, such as buying and selling property, leasing, financing, development, zoning, and land use.
While it is not legally required to hire a real estate attorney to buy or sell property in California, it is highly recommended. A real estate attorney can help you navigate complex legal documents, negotiate contracts, and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the
A real estate contract is a legally binding agreement between a buyer and seller that outlines the terms and conditions of a real estate transaction. It includes details such as the purchase price, closing date, and any contingencies that must be met before the sale can be completed.
Residential real estate transactions involve the buying or selling of homes, condos, or other types of residential properties. Commercial real estate transactions involve the buying or selling of office buildings, retail spaces, warehouses, or other types of commercial properties.
Escrow is a process that involves a neutral third party holding funds and documents related to a real estate transaction until all of the conditions of the sale have been met. This ensures that the buyer and seller are protected throughout the transaction.
Title insurance is a type of insurance that protects against any defects or problems with the title to a property. It is typically purchased by the buyer during the real estate transaction and can provide peace of mind that the property is free and clear of any liens or claims.
A real estate dispute can arise when there is a disagreement between two or more parties regarding a real estate transaction. This can include disputes over the sale price, property condition, or breach of contract.
A real estate attorney can help you resolve a real estate dispute by negotiating with the other party, drafting legal documents, and representing you in court if necessary. At Delaplane Law Group, APC, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation in all aspects of California real estate law. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can assist you with your real estate needs.
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