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In some ways, residential transactions are even more complicated than commercial real estate transactions. Various local, state, and federal inspection and disclosure requirements that do not apply to commercial transactions are a requirement in residential ones. Additionally, years of mortgages, sales, easements, and subdivisions as well as uncertain property boundaries can make the title on a piece of residential property a confusing mess. Buying or selling such a piece of real estate without confronting these problems is a huge risk for both parties.

A Tampa residential real estate lawyer at Westchase Law, P.A. understands the complexities of even routine residential real estate sales. We know that for many clients, buying a home is the largest investment they will ever make. They deserve an attorney who treats such a transaction with the thoroughness and attention to detail it warrants. Our attorneys provide comprehensive services to both buyers and sellers in Florida residential real estate transactions. We ensure our clients have well-drafted and airtight real estate contracts that address all their concerns. We perform thorough title investigations to root out blemishes and irregularities on the title and take the steps necessary to rectify any problems we discover. You can rest assured that you are safe when you choose a Tampa residential real estate lawyer from Westchase Law, P.A. for your real estate transaction.

Issues in residential real estate transactions

A thorough title search can be especially important in residential transactions. These plots pass through many owners and may be divided, combined, or reapportioned multiple times during their history. Moreover, residential real estate may be subject to old mortgages, liens, easements, or other encumbrances as well as old covenants restricting the way an owner may use the property. In extreme cases, a piece of real estate may even be subject to a competing claim of ownership from a third party. A title investigation can avoid these dangers by disclosing them to the parties and providing the opportunity to rectify them if possible.

Get skilled legal support from a real estate attorney in Tampa

The attorneys of Westchase Law, P.A. remain constantly apprised of the latest developments in the laws of Florida. Their diverse real estate practice includes commercial and residential transactions, landlord tenant disputes, foreclosure defense, real estate litigation, closing and title services, and short sale negotiation. If you are buying or selling property in Florida, facing foreclosure, or involved in any other type of real estate or rental dispute, our experienced attorneys may be able to help. Contact us at 813-490-5211 or through our contact page.

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