Help from a New Hampshire Real Estate Lawyer
Are you looking to sell a home? Sometimes, in order to increase the value of your property, you want to add an addition, fix up old appliances or do general construction work on the property. As a seller, this can be highly beneficial to you, as the money you may end up paying out of pocket in the beginning will be made up in the sale of your home. As a buyer, this can be beneficial to you as well, as a request for upgrades can increase your property value after purchase. It is important to remember that if you are seeking to do construction, you should work with an attorney to ensure that the construction contract is upheld and that the work is completed in a timely manner. Our team can assist buyers and contractors in achieving the legal outcomes they deserve.
Seeing Your Project Through to Completion
Under contract, it is important that the seller of the home abides by all contractual agreements. If a contractor is owed a lien for improvements to the property, it is vital that upon sale or after the sale the lien either be paid in full or transferred properly and legally to the next title owner or property manager. At Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., we proudly serve all our clients in assisting them in their contractual agreements as both buyer and contractor and if you have questions regarding your situation, you should contact our legal team to discuss the case.
At Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., we stand ready to fight for you. We proudly represent all our clients and fight for their rights in court, as well as out of court. We are trial litigators with years of experience in handling trial cases. When you work with our team, your case will be prepared for trial from day one.
If you have questions or concerns about your real estate investment or the construction contract terms and regulations, contact our team and work with one of our dedicated real estate attorneys now.
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