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Representing your interests

Whether you are facing a dispute with your lender or a title issue with a past owner, a foreclosure, or a lien against your property, our experience at Jarrett Law will find a solution you can live with. We know that purchasing real estate is often the largest expenditure you make as a consumer. Property ownership also comes with issues that run the gamut from taxes to estate planning. Even a dispute with your neighbor over a fruit tree is real estate law.

Staying abreast of the latest laws and regulations is not always possible as a consumer, but with an experienced attorney on your side, you can trust that you are making good decisions about your ownership contracts and agreements.

If you are buying or selling homes or land, no longer want to co-own property with others, or thinking about how to protect your home against mechanics and judgment liens, give us a call at Jarrett Law. We focus on real estate issues from owning your own home to every related financial endeavor you may become involved in with your real estate and/or lender.

Mortgages & Deeds of trust

If you’re concerned about the future of a mortgage loan, you need an experienced attorney to walk you through your options including:

  • Trustee Sales and Foreclosures
  • Loan Modifications & Deferments
  • Third-Party Buyers
  • Cash for Keys Programs (Deed in Lieu)
  • Selling your Property

Sometimes applying for a loan modification is the answer to prevent foreclosure, and other times, a deferment makes sense. Without an attorney guiding you through this process, you are alone in the negotiations. Lenders do not think about your interests when negotiating alternatives to mortgage payments. Third-party buyers may offer you money for your home, but without letting your attorney look over a contract, you could be throwing away thousands. 

The financial industry does not represent you, but as real estate attorneys, Jarrett Law exists to represent you and your interests. We protect you from costly mistakes and litigation.

Mortgages & Deeds of trust

If you’re concerned about the future of a mortgage loan, you need an experienced attorney to walk you through your options including:

  • Trustee Sales and Foreclosures
  • Loan Modifications & Deferments
  • Third-Party Buyers
  • Cash for Keys Programs (Deed in Lieu)
  • Selling your Property

Sometimes applying for a loan modification is the answer to prevent foreclosure, and other times, a deferment makes sense. Without an attorney guiding you through this process, you are alone in the negotiations. Lenders do not think about your interests when negotiating alternatives to mortgage payments. Third-party buyers may offer you money for your home, but without letting your attorney look over a contract, you could be throwing away thousands. 

The financial industry does not represent you, but as real estate attorneys, Jarrett Law exists to represent you and your interests. We protect you from costly mistakes and litigation.

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(832) 831-0833

 

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For all property issues you face

Hiring an attorney when buying or selling a home or business is the best way to protect your interests during this larger-than-life transaction. As real estate attorneys, Jarrett Law is positioned to protect your interests as we work specifically for you and your needs.

Any transaction that involves large amounts of money changing hands needs an experienced lawyer at the helm. Mechanics liens, judgment liens, title disputes, purchase/sale agreements, co-ownership, deeds and titles, and a myriad of other issues have complicated laws that you must take into account in your financial dealings. If you don’t understand the law or employ someone who does, you can easily lose significant amounts of money.

We work with land and title ownership disputes, liens on property, disputes with your lender, and everything involving your real property. If an HOA is suing you for damages because of delinquent assessments or if you owe back property taxes and the county is trying to take your home, contact us at Jarrett Law. There is no dispute that we back down from. We fight for your rights as a property owner.

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