Real Estate Disputes
Contracts used in real estate transactions can be complex and difficult to understand. Buyers or sellers may try to back out of the deal. If you are involved in a real estate dispute, you should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney who can assist you understanding your rights. At The Law Office of Stephen O’Rear, P.C., we analyze your case and provide straightforward answers to help you make realistic decisions about how you should proceed.
The firm’s real estate litigation practice includes advising our clients with respect to real estate broker commission disputes which can arise when a prospective buyer wants to purchase the property after your listing agreement your broker has expired or the seller’s broker and the buyer’s broker work for the same company. Sometimes, the broker may have violated certain professional standards of conduct in connection with the transaction. We can provide answers to your questions if you are involved in a dispute with your broker over a commission.
The firm also represents individuals who have been defrauded in a real estate transaction. Most fraud in real estate transactions is committed by persons who hold a position of trust. Many people are taken advantage of by persons who claim they are trying to help them only to latter find out that the document they actually signed was a deed to the property - not a lending agreement. The Law Office of Stephen O’Rear, P.C. helps people who are victims of fraud in real estate transactions.
Disclosures that must be made by sellers of real estate are quite broad. Sellers of real estate are required to disclose defects which they know about the property so the buyer can make an informed decision about whether to purchase the property. If the seller does not disclose all defects with the property, The Law Office of Stephen O’Rear, P.C. can help you hold them accountable.
The firm also provides representation to clients who have boundary disputes with adjoining property owners or have a conflict with their homeowner’s association concerning deed restrictions, as well as, other types of disputes involving real estate transactions.
Under Texas law there is a limitation on the amount of time to file a lawsuit if you are involved in a dispute with respect to a real estate transaction, so call today for a free consultation to discuss your rights.
Call us today at 817-386-4988 or contact us online to schedule a personal no obligation consultation.