It sometimes comes as a surprise to laypeople that commercial real estate and residential real estate have little in common. Those in real estate construction and development, almost always specialize in one or the other; real estate brokers and agents focus on one or the other, and there are vastly different laws that apply to each. Even real estate lawyers tend to focus their practices in either commercial or residential. Before becoming a lawyer, Richard Boyer worked in both residential and commercial real estate and development, and his law practice bridges the gap between the two.
Any lawyer practicing commercial real estate law must have an excellent understanding of commercial real estate leases. Whether pertaining to industrial property, commercial office buildings, warehouses, or strip malls, the commercial lease is the most common subject of legal disputes. As such, your lawyer should help you avoid eventual disputes, by helping draft documents that are clear and unambiguous. If a dispute develops later, that well-drafted document could be the difference between an early resolution and expensive, drawn-out litigation.
Simply because California has so many homeowners, residential real estate law has become a fertile ground for lawsuits. Risk management for homeowners starts with well-crafted documents, but does not end there. When the new homebuyer’s euphoria wears off, he or she frequently decides, rightly or wrongly, that the seller: charged too much; failed to disclose defects, or; breached the purchase/sale agreement. At that point in time, an experienced real estate attorney can counsel whether there is any merit to the allegations, and whether a remedy is worth pursuing. Richard Boyer represents clients on all sides of residential real estate disputes: sellers, buyers, neighbors, HOA members, real estate agents and brokers, and contractors. Richard candidly advises his clients of their rights, and of the likelihood they will prevail if litigation ensues.
Common Tags: San Diego Office Lease Attorney, California Office Building Attorney, Commercial Properties Attorney, San Diego Residential Land Attorney, California Commercial Building Attorney, San Diego Business Property Lawyers, Industrial Property Rental Lawyers, Investment Properties Lawyers, Leasing Lawyers, Residential Properties Lawyers, Warehouse Lawyers, Nondisclosure Contract Lawyers, California Foreclosure Lawyers, San Diego Sublease Lawyers, Professional Liability Lawyers, Loan Fraud Claims Lawyers, San Diego Purchase Agreement Disputes Lawyers
We serve the following States, Cities, Zip Codes and Counties:
California, San Diego County, San Diego 92101, Del Mar 92014, Solana Beach 92075, Rancho Santa Fe 92067, Carlsbad 92009, Poway 92064, Vista 92083, Santa Ysabel 92070, Fallbrook 92028, La Jolla 92037, Chula Vista 91910, Ramona 92065, Pauma Valley 92061, El Cajon 92021, Escondido 92025, Encinitas 92024, Coronado 92118, Ranchita 92066, Pine Valley 91962, La Mesa 91941, Alpine 91901, Cardiff By The Sea 92007, Dulzura 91917, Oceanside 92049, San Marcos 92069, Lemon Grove 91945, Bonita 91902, Bonsall 92003, Borrego Springs 92004, Imperial Beach 91932, Julian 92036, Santee 92071, Spring Valley 91976, Valley Center 92082
or, if you prefer, fill out the form below and click the Submit button.