Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Lawyer
For buyers and sellers alike, real estate most often involves their most significant investment. Real estate contracts and documents are often highly complex and intricate, and disputes involving real property can be equally complicated. The Fort Lauderdale real estate lawyers at Edward J. Jennings, P.A. bring their courtroom skills and litigation experience to the resolution of complex, contested real estate matters and help to ensure that property owners and parties to real estate transactions receive the full value of their investment.
Real Estate Transactions
Parties to residential and commercial real estate transactions invest a great deal of time, effort and money into securing the perfect piece of property or structuring the best deal they possibly can. Unfortunately, any number of things can go wrong, derailing a deal before it can close. We assist parties to real estate transactions in the due diligence required to make sure a real estate transaction is concluded smoothly and successfully. If a dispute does arise, we provide strong, effective representation in breach of contract actions, or litigation involving the breach of fiduciary duties by real estate agents or brokers.
We represent homeowners in quiet title actions, property line boundary disputes, easements and more. We provide strong foreclosure defense against attempts at wrongful foreclosure by mortgage lenders and banks. We can help negotiate a loan modification or other workout, or avoid foreclosure through a short sale, deed in lieu or other approach. Of course, our experienced courtroom litigators are ready to take your case to court and fight for your home with the full force of all available defenses.
We represent homeowners and homeowner associations in HOA and condominium disputes, from the payment of dues and the execution of liens to the enforcement or challenge of covenants, conditions and restrictions established by planned unit and common interest developments.
Landlords and tenants each have a set of rights and duties toward each other. Tenants must pay rent on time, provide notice of conditions needing repair and take steps to mitigate damage to the property, and allow the landlord to come in to inspect or make repairs. Landlords, for their part are subject to certain express or implied warranties in the lease, such as the duty to provide a habitable space for residential tenants or a space that is suitable for a commercial tenant’s business purposes. We provide insightful, effective assistance in the resolution of the full range of residential and commercial landlord-tenant matters, up to and including representation in eviction proceedings.
See Edward J. Jennings, P.A. for all Real Estate Legal Needs in Broward County
For sound advice and effective representation in any real estate legal matter in Broward County, call Edward J. Jennings, P.A. to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced Fort Lauderdale real estate lawyer.