Pensacola Real Estate Contract Attorneys
Real estate contracts provide protection for your residential or commercial property. Contracts need to be accurate and correct, according to regulations and guidelines, to ensure they will protect your real estate investment now and in the future.
Not having a quality real estate contract can lead to disputes and other legal issues. Led by board certified real estate attorney Stephen R. Moorhead, the attorneys in the real estate department at McDonald Fleming Moorhead understand the importance of having a proper contract that will protect your interests.
Comprehensive Review Of Real Estate Contracts
Our law firm is knowledgeable of the contract regulations and guidelines and what disclosures are necessary to draft a real estate contract in Florida. We have years of experience drafting and reviewing residential and commercial real estate contracts. We are dedicated to providing quality contracts that are detailed and will protect your investment.
So often, our firm is asked to assist clients with a dispute that could have been avoided with a well-drafted contract. Standard forms used by the parties are often incomplete and vague. They may also be forms that are out of date and don’t take into consideration new legislation. If you think of the agreement for purchase and sale as the script of the deal, once the dispute arises it is often too late to change the script. As the commercial says, “you can pay us now or pay us later.” Having experienced counsel assist with the script can prevent disputes by addressing issues before they become problems leading to a dispute or even litigation.
Our real estate contract attorneys in Pensacola also have experience working on the following types of commercial and residential real estate contracts:
Our goal is to ensure your contract protects your interests, clearly states the terms of your deal, and includes all required elements necessary to create a binding and enforceable agreement. Our law firm is skilled at drafting commercial and residential real estate contracts. Even if you already have a contract drafted, we can review it to confirm it stands up to current regulations.