California Real Estate Attorneys

A California real estate attorney is a legal professional who specializes in matters related to real estate law in the state of California. These attorneys have in-depth knowledge and expertise in the laws and regulations governing real estate transactions, property ownership, development, and related legal issues specific to California.

Here are some key roles and responsibilities of a California real estate attorney at RAXTER LAW:

Real Estate Transactions: Raxter Law assists clients in buying, selling residential or  commercial properties. We review and draft contracts, negotiate terms and conditions, enforce sales agreements and ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws.

Broker Liability: Our attorneys at Raxter Law have represented both Creditors, Brokers, and Purchasers in regard to broker liability, sales contracts, failure to disclose, land use, and other real estate law matters.

Property Development: We have extensive experience with real estate law and can advise clients on land use and zoning regulations, environmental compliance, and permits required for property development projects.

Landlord-Tenant Matters: Our office only assists landlords in matters related to residential and commercial leases. We draft and review lease agreements, negotiate lease terms, and handle disputes such as evictions, lease violations, and security deposit disputes.

Real Estate Litigation: We handle cases such as breach of contract, property disputes, construction defects, boundary disputes, encroachments, HOA issues and other legal conflicts arising from real estate matters.

Engaging a California real estate attorney with Raxter Law is highly recommended when dealing with any complex real estate transaction or legal matter. We possess the necessary expertise and understanding of California’s unique real estate laws to protect our client’s interests, provide legal guidance, and resolve any issues that may arise. In fact, our principal attorney Jeremiah Raxter has taught real property law at California Southern Law School.

Scroll to Top