You're involved in a transaction involving property. Seems simple, right?
It's likely not as easy as it seems.
That's why Jacko Law Group is proud to provide these service offerings to you, which complement their expertise in corporate and securities law matters as well as assist you in various aspects of real estate representation.
The attorneys at Jacko Law Group will be there for you with sound advice regarding your real estate matters, including:
- Purchase and Sale Transactions
- Commercial, Residential and Retail Lease Analysis
- Franchises and Franchise Arrangements
- Local, State, and Federal Permitting and Licensing Arrangements
- Financial Debt financing
- Investment and Real Property Due Diligence
- Dispute Resolution
You may quickly realize that your real estate investment or transaction isn't as easy as making a payment or signing your name on a line.
Having a real estate attorney on your side can be an expense that pays for itself many times over.
So, if you're in the market or are interested in becoming involved in a real estate transaction, you'll want a qualified and experienced firm on your side to be there for you before you turn the key.
Call them today at 619.298.2880 or visit jackolg.com.
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