Real Estate

Real property transactions and property rights disputes present countless legal issues that can greatly impact both the value of your real estate and your finances.

In order to ensure your rights, and your money, are protected you need a law firm with extensive experience in navigating the modern landscape of real property legal issues.

 

The Law Offices of John L. Di Masi, P.A. represents buyers and sellers in real property purchase and leasing transactions to make sure that deals close and our clients’ interests are protected. We also represent landlords and tenants in lease formations and lease disputes. Additionally, our Firm enforces borrowers’ rights and will also represent lenders to ensure that borrowers honor their obligations. A more complete picture of the work we do is listed below.

Real Estate Transactions:

  • Acquisition and Development of Real Property
  • Leasing Transactions
  • Bank Finance Transactions
  • Contract review and representation in the Purchase and Sale of Real Estate

 

Land Use and Property Rights Litigation:

  • Disputes involving Contracts for the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate Property
  • Mortgage Foreclosure representation for both Lenders and Borrowers (Residential and Commercial)
  • Landlord/Tenant Evictions (Residential and Commercial)

Boundary and Land Title Disputes

Real Estate Closings:

  • Residential Real Estate Closings
  • Loan Refinance Closings
  • Commercial Real Estate Closings

 

Title Insurance Litigation:

  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Resolution of Title Defects
  • Title Insurance Coverage Issues

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tel: (407) 839-3383

Address

LAW OFFICES OF JOHN L. DI MASI, P.A.

801 North Orange Avenue, Suite 500

Orlando, Florida 32801-1014

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