Purchase Dispute Attorney in Lynchburg
Protecting Real Estate Investments in Virginia
For most people, buying a home is the biggest, most expensive investment they will ever make. It is crucial that all the details are handled properly in order to make the most of your purchase. Unfortunately, people make mistakes and sometimes act in bad faith. When so many parties are involved — buyers, sellers, realtors, lenders, attorneys — the chances that a mistake or issue will lead to problems goes up. If you’ve had a problem with the purchase of a home or property caused by a party’s mistake or bad faith, call the Lynchburg real estate purchase dispute lawyer at A. R. Pike Law Firm. We can help you find out exactly what happened and work toward making it right.
Types of Real Estate Disputes
Because property purchases are matters of contract law, there can be bad faith interpretations you may not have prepared for. For example, you may have purchased a home under the impression that it was in good condition only to find out that the floorboards were infested with termites. The other side may blame you for not properly investigating the property before the purchase, but an attorney can help you prove how you were misled.
Some mortgage issues that occur include:
- Undisclosed defects
- Predatory lending
Because these problems affect such a large investment, fair and honest treatment is mandatory from the other parties in your home purchase. At A. R. Pike Law Firm, we have represented hundreds of clients whose rights were violated, and we understand how important it is to make the situation right.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
When we initially meet with you, we will discuss your legal goals to give you a better understanding of your situation and how you can exercise your legal options.
A. R. Pike Law Firm may be able to help you:
- Cancel your contract without paying a penalty
- Rewrite the contract to better suit your interests and understanding
- Enforce certain contract performance
- Recover the costs of repairing hidden defects
Virginia real estate laws can be difficult to navigate. Make sure you have an experienced legal professional on your side who understands what it takes to build a strong case and move you in the direction you want to go.
Call (434) 264-5444 now to get started.