Cutting-Edge Advocacy For Real Estate Transactions
California’s commercial and residential real estate industry is as vibrant as ever. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, time is of the essence with real estate transactions. You must act quickly to preserve your rights. But ensuring the details of the transaction meet your satisfaction can be difficult without the assistance of a real estate attorney.
The attorneys at Ling Law Group, APC have the experience you are seeking. Familiar with all facets of California’s complex real estate transactions, we will assertively advocate on your behalf.
We Provide Meticulous Attention To Details
Our real estate litigation practice enables us to anticipate the issues we have seen arise in the courtroom. We protect our transactional real estate clients against these issues in our structuring and negotiation of their transactions. We advise clients in the full scope of real estate matters, such as:
- Commercial and residential real estate acquisition in all asset classes
- Single family homes
- Multifamily buildings
- Vacant land
- Planned unit developments
- Office buildings
- Industrial warehouses
- Retail storefronts
- Golf courses
- Restructuring transactions
- Land use planning projects
- Development and construction
- Joint ventures
- Profit-sharing options and waterfall distributions
We also represent clients in nuanced real estate matters, including:
- Rights of way
- Due diligence
- Declarations of covenants, conditions and restrictions
- Partition actions
- Adverse possession claims
- Specific performance
- Condemnation actions
- Homeowner association matters
When a real estate dispute arises, our attorneys will protect your interests. We have experience successfully litigating a full range of real estate matters.
Contingencies Protect Buyers And Sellers
Real estate contingencies can protect buyers and sellers from potentially troublesome real estate transactions. Most real estate transactions are subject to property appraisal and include other standard contingencies such as:
- Buyers securing funding such as an insured loan
- Buyers obtaining financing at a specific interest rate
- Buyers inspection of the property
- Buyers satisfaction with the condition of the property
Sellers often add a contingency based on the sale of their existing home or property. You may add nonstandard contingencies, limit the time satisfying contingencies or contest a contingency altogether. If contingencies fail to meet your satisfaction, your real estate contract may be subject to renegotiation or cancellation. We can assist you in navigating through contingencies.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation Today
Whether you are buying your dream home or investing in business property, we will safeguard your interests from start to finish of your real estate transaction. Contact our highly skilled real estate lawyers at or request a consultation today by email.