Real Estate

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Real estate law can be very complex. If you are buying or selling real property, such as a home, it is important to protect yourself and your investment. Protecting your property interests includes hiring an experienced real estate lawyer who knows the complexities of the Florida real estate laws and has the skills and resources to successfully negotiate contract disputes.

Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz offers support, guidance and technical support throughout the entire process of buying or selling a property. We will advise you regarding your rights and liabilities in order to effectively protect you and your property interests.

Our real estate attorneys have experience in all areas of real estate law, including:

  • Property disputes
  • Ownership disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Easement Issues
  • Breach of contract
  • Landlord –tenant disputes
  • Issues resulting from improper closings of Real Estate Sales Transactions

We conduct both residential and commercial closings from start to finish and offer title insurance as an authorized agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, issued through Attorney’s Title Insurance Fund Services, LLC.

In most cases, attorney fees are the same cost as a title agency, so let us close your next transaction and have the added security of knowing there is an attorney protecting your interests.

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To protect your property interests and your rights, contact one of our experienced real estate lawyers. Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz, P.A. has six offices in Southwest Florida. The offices are located in Fort Myers (two offices to serve you), Cape Coral, Naples, Lehigh Acres, and Port Charlotte for your convenience. Call us first at 800-332-9404 or fill out a simple case form today.