Real estate disputes: Negotiation or litigation may be necessary

On Behalf of | Nov 10, 2017 | Real Estate Disputes

Any type of real estate dispute is one that can quickly escalate. If this happens, it goes without saying that you’ll want to learn more about your legal rights.

It may be your hope that you can work things out with the other party, but you know that this is easier said than done. This is why negotiation or litigation often comes into play.

Some of the many types of disputes that often call for negotiation or litigation include:

  • Real estate fraud
  • Breach of contract
  • Recovering of earnest money or a down payment
  • Closing problems
  • Quiet title actions
  • Construction contracts
  • Residential and commercial lease disputes
  • Foreclosure
  • Distressed real estate
  • Contractor disputes

It doesn’t matter if you are buying a home, selling a home, or involved in some type of lease, there’s always a chance that you could run into an issue.

At our law firm, we have seen everything pertaining to real estate disputes. There are times when it’s possible to negotiate a solution out of court. There are also times when litigation is the only answer. We take great pride in helping our clients understand what is going on, as well as their options for moving forward.

If you find yourself bogged down with a real estate dispute and have no idea what to do next, you’ll want to consider if negotiation or litigation could push the process forward and bring you closer to the finish line. With knowledge of your options and legal rights, it’s much easier to make an informed decision as to what you should do next.