San Mateo Real Estate Attorneys

Our firm is committed to protecting your investment and income property, as well as your home. Our real estate attorneys are well-versed in a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate matters to provide you full-service representation for all your property needs. Real property is often the largest investment someone makes in securing their financial future. Our attorneys’ work around the clock to make sure your investment – your home – is protected and secure.

Purchase, Sale & Real Estate Transactions. We represent buyers and sellers with issues related to the purchase and sale of real estate. These services include:

  • Commercial Purchase and Sale Agreements;
  • Commercial Lease Review and Negotiations;
  • Misrepresentations on purchase contracts;
  • Failure to disclose disputes;
  • Broker listing agreement issues;
  • 1031 Exchanges;
  • Drafting and negotiating Tenancy-in-Common and Co-Tenancy agreements;
  • Option to purchase agreements; and
  • Real estate development and construction contracts.


Commercial Properties. Commercial properties have a unique design and function. In addition to the applicable services listed above, our attorneys are experienced in drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements on behalf of both buyer and seller, and commercial leases. We also represent clients involved in commercial property litigation and managing commercial landlord / tenant disputes.






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Real Estate News

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Location. Location. Location.

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