From property purchases to complex real estate issues that demand a knowledge of local, state, and federal law, the team at Sanchez, Mitchell, Eastman, & Cure, PSC is equipped to take on a wide range of real estate cases. This area of our legal practice focuses on several areas of law, including the purchase and sale of real estate, property litigation, and land use planning.

Legal Solutions for Real Estate Issues

Real estate issues can be difficult to negotiate, due to the substantial amount of money behind any real estate purchase or sale. However, we strive to negotiate real estate disputes out of court, recognizing that a mutually agreeable settlement can save both parties a substantial amount of time and money.

When negotiation isn’t possible, we are ready to fight aggressively in court to protect your property and rights. In our real estate practice, we take on cases like:

  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Fraud cases
  • Property condemnation
  • Broken disputes
  • Breach of contract
  • Easements
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Title disputes
  • Foreclosures
  • Lease issues and evictions

Whichever side you are on in a real estate dispute, you need a lawyer with extensive experience in local real estate law and a knowledge of your community. Get assistance with your real estate case now and call Sanchez, Mitchell, Eastman, & Cure, PSC.

Real Property Litigation

Real property law involves disputes regarding land, any buildings built on it, improvements made to property, and use of the land. This field of law includes certain renter and leaseholder issues, as well as owners preserving their rights to their land.

Our legal team has helped clients with many types of real property disputes. If you enter a contract for a piece of property prior to construction or conversion and later decide to back out of the purchase, you may be able to get your original deposit returned to you and terminate the contract without further issues. We also handle certain financing issues that plague property buyers, such as introductory mortgage rates that are designed to pull in customers but become unaffordable and unmanageable after the introductory period.

As a property owner, you are entitled to exercise certain rights. These include the right to occupy the property, use it without interference, prevent other people from using or occupying the property, and dispose of the property as you see fit. If any of your property rights have been violated, let us help. Call us at 360-602-2196 to discuss your case in greater detail.

Land Use Planning

Zoning and land use are a significant part of our real estate practice. We understand the complexities of understanding different zoning uses and land use agreements, as well as what it takes to get these issues sorted out in front of regulatory and legislative agencies.

The complexity of many land use cases is rooted in the fact that zoning and land use laws don’t just vary by state—they vary between towns and cities. With our long history in this region, we are well-versed in zoning laws in local municipalities and we will fight aggressively to build your case.

As a property owner or investor, you may or may not already be familiar with the myriad issues you’ll face as you try to get your land use plan or zoning request approved. Our team will be there every step of the way, navigating legislative meetings and disputes, attending regulatory meetings, and adhering to local protocols and expectations to help you reach your goals. Until you have an agreement in hand, we will work around the clock to expedite your project and navigate any legal issues that arise.

For more information on how we can help you through your real estate, property, or land use disputes, call Sanchez, Mitchell, Eastman, & Cure, PSC at 360-479-3000 to schedule a consultation now.