In addition to the real estate matters discussed on our website in detail, The Law Offices of Justin McMurray, P.A. handles all matters related to real property. Our Jacksonville real estate lawyers have the experience, skill, and resources necessary to handle a simple real estate closing or a complex, multi-party commercial building construction contract. However, even though we handle large real estate transactions, which does not mean that our clients are treated differently. We provide the same level of respect, diligence, dedication, support, and care to each of our clients.
We encourage you to contact our office by using the form above or calling (904) 248-4482 to schedule a free consultation with our Jacksonville real estate attorney. Let our team of legal professionals work with you to bring your real estate matter to a successful and satisfactory end.
Other Real Estate Matters That Our Jacksonville Real Estate Attorneys Handle
Some of the other real estate matters our Jacksonville real estate law firm routinely handles include:
- Residential And Commercial Real Estate Closings
- Matters Related To Mortgage Law
- Issues Related To Property Rights
- Foreclosure Defense
- New Construction
- Homeowners Association Law
- Multifamily Housing
- Preparing and Negotiating Real Estate Contracts
- Short Sales, Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure, and Mortgage Modifications
- Landlord-Tenant Law
- Property Taxes
- Encumbrances and Liens
Other real estate matters we handle that are discussed in further detail for you on other pages include:
- Commercial Evictions
- Correcting Title Defects
- Eminent Domain
- Easements and Rights-of-Ways
- Quiet Title Actions
- Title Defects
- Zoning and Land Development
- Condominium Law
- Title Searches
Because our Jacksonville real estate law firm handles all real estate matters, you do not need to look for multiple firms to represent you in several different real estate matters. Our Jacksonville real estate attorneys can handle your closing, file a dispute with your Homeowner's Association, and help you modify the terms of your mortgage if you are struggling to pay the mortgage payments. Offering comprehensive legal services for all legal areas related to real property allows our clients to maintain continuity throughout all of their real estate matters.
Many of the pitfalls experienced by sellers and buyers during a real estate transaction occur because of mistakes and errors in the contract. Our attorney reviews the contract to ensure that the terms and conditions are fair and reasonable and in your best interests. In some cases, the wording in the contract may be vague. If the vagueness could be detrimental to you, your lawyers will recommend amending the contract to remove or revise that language.
Reasons Why You Need a Real Estate Attorney Involved in Your Real Property Matter
A real estate lawyer has experience dealing with realtors, mortgage lenders, title abstractors, title insurance companies, appraisers, surveyors, and the countless other individuals and companies involved in a real estate transaction. In addition, our real estate attorney in Jacksonville has a thorough understanding of Florida' s property laws, landlord-tenant laws, construction law, contract law, and other areas of law that are sometimes used during a real estate transaction.
With his knowledge, skill, and resources, our Jacksonville real estate lawyer provides skilled assistance and sound legal advice for any real estate related matters.
One of the benefits of hiring an attorney before you sign the document is to review all legal documents and check them for errors. However, your attorney may discuss one or more topics with you that are not directly related to real property, but they could have a significant impact on your case.
You also want an experienced real estate attorney in Jacksonville to conduct a title examination of the property. The title exam reveals in defects in the title or problems that must be addressed before closing. In addition, your attorney guides and assists you in obtaining title insurance. Your mortgage company will require that you purchase a title insurance policy protecting the mortgage company. The company's policy does not provide any protections for you.
However, you can purchase an Owner's Title Insurance policy that offers some protection. Even though the owner's policy may not have the same level of protection as the policy for your mortgage provider, purchasing an Owner's Title Insurance policy is not very expensive, and it does provide some protection that you may not have otherwise.
Call Now to Speak with a Jacksonville Real Estate Lawyer with The Law Offices of Justin McMurray, P.A.
Please call our law firm at (904) 248-4482 or use the contact form above to request your free consultation with a Jacksonville real estate attorney. Your first appointment is free of charge, and everything discussed during the meeting remains completely confidential.