Real Estate Law
Bay Area Real Estate AttorneysDevelopment • Transactions • Leases • Disputes • Foreclosure
The real estate practice of the LawOfficesofJamesG.Schwartz encompasses the full spectrum of legal issues in the sale, purchase, development or occupancy of real property. Our Pleasanton law firm offers planning, counsel and legal representation to clients in Alameda County and Contra Costa County, and throughout the Bay Area and Northern California.
We represent all parties in commercial and residential real estate development, transactions and disputes: developers and builders; owners and buyers; commercial tenants; mortgage companies, real estate brokers and homeowner associations:
- Purchase, sale or transfer of real estate
- Land use, zoning and easements
- Site plans, permits and environmental compliance
- Construction contracts
- Commercial leases
- Mortgage and foreclosure
- Homeowner association law (HOA)
- Formation of ownership entities
- Real estate litigation — breach of contract, lease disputes, construction litigation, property disputes
Founding attorney and senior partner James G. Schwartz brings nearly 30 years experience to the effective planning and completion of complex real estate transactions, providing clear communication to help clients achieve timely, cost-effective conclusion with a minimum of disputes and distraction. Our real estate lawyers also represent owners and developers before the various local, state and federal agencies governing environmental issues and land use to ensure that plans and agreements are legally sound.
At the Law Offices of James G. Schwartz, we believe strongly that attention to detail on the front end of transactions is the best defense against disputes. When real estate deals go awry, however, we are experienced civil trial lawyers who have handled complex real estate litigation at all levels of state and federal courts.
Arrange a consultation today. We believe we can match larger firms in quality of legal counsel while outperforming them in personal attention, responsiveness, accessibility and cost-effectiveness.