Residential Real Estate Attorneys Help Clients Through Transactions and Disputes
California real estate firm provides a full range of property services
The attorneys at The Law Offices of Mark C. Watson handle all aspects of residential real estate. From our office in Burlingame, our skilled transactional and litigation attorneys can help you with:
- Condominium law
- Easements and restrictions
- Eminent domain
- Financing and mortgages
- Home construction
- Homeowners association disputes
- Landlord-tenant disputes
- Permitting and zoning
- Sales contracts
- Title liens
Our attorneys do everything they can to make real estate matters easier and less stressful for our clients.
Assistance with buying or selling your home
If you are buying, selling or building a home in California, our real estate attorneys work to ensure smooth, worry-free transactions. We stay with you at every step of the home-buying, selling and building process, including:
- Drafting or reviewing your sales contract
- Reviewing your lending documents
- Researching and clearing title
- Addressing easement questions and other restrictions
- Obtaining proper permits and zoning
- Conducting your real estate closing
From start to finish, we answer your questions and solve your problems.
Resolving real estate disputes
When real estate disputes arise, we can successfully protect your rights through negotiations and litigation. Our attorneys combine extensive knowledge of real estate law with assertiveness and imposing courtroom demeanor to defend your home from foreclosure, eminent domain or an unjust homeowners association decision. We apply our experience with California housing laws to successfully handle evictions and landlord-tenant disputes.
Negotiating real estate matters
Not all disputes belong in the courtroom. Our attorneys successfully mediate disputes that arise between neighbors, homeowners and lending institutions, buyers and sellers, and landlords and tenants. We guide the negotiations toward effective resolutions that support our clients’ best interests.