Caveat Emptor (Let The Buyer Beware)
The Law Offices of David P. Ginzberg stand ready to help you with any real estate issue.  We understand how important these matters are to you.

When you hire the Law Offices of David P. Ginzberg, you get a strong advocate whose only goal is making sure that all of the legal concerns surrounding your real estate issues are adequately addressed and that your assets are well protected.  Call us today and take charge of your situation to ensure a successful resolution of the issues. We’re available 24/7.  Toll-Free: 1-800-611-0142

Real property is generally defined as land and the things permanently attached to the land. Things that are permanently attached to the land, also can be referred to as improvements, include homes, garages, and buildings. Substances that are beneath the land (such as gas, oil, minerals) are also considered permanently attached. Other items which can be attached to the land, such as mobile homes and tool sheds, are not considered to be real property.

With the development of private property ownership, real estate has become a major area of business. Purchasing real estate requires a significant investment, and each parcel of land has unique characteristics, so the real estate industry has evolved into several distinct fields. Specialists are often called on to valuate real estate and facilitate transactions.

Whether it’s your first home purchase or your fourth, whether you’ve found a sleek city condo in move-in condition or an adorable but neglected Victorian with great potential, turn to the Law Offices of David P. Ginzberg to make sure that the transaction goes through and that you land the home of your dreams. But residential real estate is, in fact, only a small part of the real estate field.

There is a myriad of federal, state, county and local laws which restrict what you can do with the real property that you own. Enforcement of these laws typically resides with various governmental agencies which are responsible for keeping you in compliance with these laws. The three most common restrictions imposed by government are:

  1. Zoning – restriction on the use of the property as to residential, industrial, agricultural, or commercial purposes are very common. The size and height of improvements attached to the property are likewise subject to restriction.
  2. Environmental Hazards – what materials can be stored on the real property as well as who is responsible for removing environmental hazards from real property (such as asbestos, lead paint, petro-chemicals, radon and toxic wastes) are government regulated.
  3. Public Easement and Right of Way – a portion of the real property may have to be left open for others to use. Easements and right of way are used to allow access to other property, to provide for roads and sidewalks, and to enable electric/gas/telephone/sewer lines to be installed.

Violation of government law can result in fines, penalties, injunctions and even criminal prosecution resulting in you being sent to prison.

Real estate transactions involve hospitals, schools, hotels, and resorts, shopping centers, single family homes, multifamily housing developments, farms, churches, parking lots, and even coal mines. Real estate law concerns every aspect of commercial, industrial, and residential transactions and investments. It involves issues related to the purchase and sale of property, including financing and development; construction contracts; securitized real estate investments; property management and leasing; environmental compliance; and litigation relating to those areas. Real estate lawyers provide their clients with advice concerning all of these matters. They also help their clients navigate through the myriad governmental zoning restrictions and land use regulations necessary in order to move forward with a real estate project.

Real estate lawyers may be called on to represent clients before state and county commissions, city councils, community organizations, or in state or federal court. While some real estate lawyers specialize in litigation involving contractual or regulatory issues, many specialize in real estate transactions or land use. Those who specialize in real estate transactions advise their clients on tax issues, financing issues, and even environmental issues concerning the transaction in question. Attorneys who specialize in land use often focus on the regulatory aspects of real estate projects. They must be familiar with the federal, state, and local regulations that may affect a particular project. They often use their finely developed negotiation skills to negotiate modifications to the project in exchange for regulatory approval. In some cases regulatory disputes are litigated, in which case the land use attorney may represent either the regulating body or the regulating entity.

Experience Counts

Hire an experienced law firmThe Law Offices of David P. Ginzberg routinely handle all aspects of real estate issues that result in the complete satisfaction of our clients.

  • When you hire the Law Offices of David P. Ginzberg, you get a strong advocate whose only goal is making sure that all of the legal concerns surrounding your real estate issues are adequately addressed and that your assets are well protected.

  • We have been successfully helping Floridians with legal services since 1984.  We are fully experienced with all facets of the legal procedures required to ensure that your case is conducted professionally and thoroughly.  Our attorneys are top-notch trial lawyers capable of the meticulous effort necessary to guide your case from inception to completion.  You can be certain that every member of our staff knows their job inside and out and will do their very best to meet your expectations. Call us today, 24/7 Toll-Free: 1-800-611-0142 or send an e-mail now.

Initial Consultation

Upon your first visit, we provide you with a comprehensive consultation with one of our attorneys ABSOLUTELY FREE, or if you prefer, you can get answers fast over the phone.

  • This service costs you nothing, yet allows you to obtain straight-forward answers to your questions to help put your mind at ease.

  • We will advise you exactly what you should or shouldn’t do next.

  • If you choose to have us handle your case, we will tell you up-front and in
    writing exactly what services we will provide, along with the amount of our fees and costs.

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We’ll Look After You

It’s reassuring to know that you have someone in your corner to look after you.

  • Our loyalty is with you.  Once you’ve entrusted our firm with your problems, we perform strictly for you and your interests.

  • We know how important it is for you to know that your worries are well taken care of.

  • You always have someone to turn to.  We put our clients concerns first and do our utmost to treat you with compassion and understanding.

  • Each of the professionals in our law offices get to know you personally. We take the time to answer all your questions and explain exactly what’s happening each step of the way.

  • With locations throughout Florida, we’re available to help you when and where you need it most.

  • We are always there to fight for your rights, whatever it takes!

  • Get the help you deserve nowCall us today,  24/7  Toll-Free:   1-800-611-0142 or send an e-mail now.