West Houston Real Estate Lawyers
Legal Protection in Real Estate Transactions
The importance of a well-drafted contract in real estate transactions cannot be overstated. Issues that arise from a poor purchase-sale agreement can result in financial disasters for individuals and interruption to normal stages of business growth. Consulting with a West Houston real estate lawyer can be beneficial if not crucial in avoiding common pit-falls or simple over-looked mistakes.
The advice and assistance of an experienced West Houston real estate lawyers such as the attorneys of the law offices of Mark A. Sanders provides valuable legal protections for individuals and businesses engaged in any type of real estate transaction. Examples of real estate matters handled include the following:
- Commercial real estate lease, purchase and/or sale
- Residential real estate purchase agreement
- Residential real estate sales contract
- Land acquisition
- Real estate development plans
- Home remodeling contracts
- Commercial real estate rehabilitation agreements
- Quiet title actions
- Residential or commercial litigation
Is the Title Clear?
Take steps to ensure that the title is clear before purchasing real estate or beginning the sales process. A real estate attorney can help prevent litigation down the road by carefully reviewing or drafting real estate purchase and lease contracts. A solid contract protects the legal rights of a buyer, seller or commercial leaseholder. A Well-Crafted Contract is Crucial
At the law office of Mark A. Sanders, in Houston, Texas, our attorneys work with the client to draft a contract specific to their individual and transactional needs (buyer-seller, leaser-landlord, developer-prospector, for example).
With 25 years of experience in Texas real estate transactions and litigation, the attorneys at the firm possess the skills necessary to protect clients' legal rights in the context of negotiating and formalizing real estate deals.
Contact the law office of Mark A. Sanders by phone or e-mail to schedule an initial consultation before signing off on a real estate purchase or sale agreement.