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Real Estate

Real Estate

Commercial real estate transactions can be complex, regardless of whether the parties are negotiating a lease or a sale. This is partially due to the fact that there are a number of state legal requirements that must be fulfilled before a transaction will be considered complete. To ensure that your interests are protected and that your agreement is enforceable, please contact an experienced real estate attorney who can review your documents and explain your legal options.

Purchasing/Selling Commercial Real Estate

Buying or selling commercial real estate in California is a complex process that involves the following steps:

  • Selecting a real estate broker;
  • Drafting a brokerage agreement;
  • Writing a letter of intent, which sets out the specific terms of a transaction and although not usually legally binding, is considered strong evidence of serious intent;
  • Negotiating a purchase and sale agreement;
  • Obtaining financing;
  • Conducting due diligence, which includes disclosing all defects and conducting an investigation;
  • Preparing for closing;
  • Performing a title search to ensure that the property is being sold free of liens or judgements; and
  • Making all necessary disclosures.

At Valiant Law, we walk our clients through the entire purchase/sale process, negotiate on their behalf, and ensure that all contracts adhere to California law.


Retail/Commercial Leases

Our firm also has experience handling commercial and retail leases, of which there are four major types:

  • Triple net leases, in which the tenant bears the majority of the costs;
  • Single net leases, in which the tenant is only required to pay for utilities and property taxes, leaving the landlord to cover insurance and maintenance;
  • Double net leases, where tenants are responsible for property taxes, utilities, and insurance, while the landlord must pay for maintenance; and
  • Modified net leases, where expenses are split evenly between the landlord and the tenant.

The type of lease that the parties use depends largely on the circumstances of the case, including the type of business in question, how the property will be used, the terms of the lease, and the amount of the down payment. An experienced real estate attorney can help evaluate your situation and negotiate on your behalf, so that you get the best deal possible. We’ll also ensure that any agreement you make will be legally enforceable in court in the event that you are later involved in a dispute with the other party.

At Valiant Law, we represent retailers, investors, developers, and manufacturers in a variety of different real estate transactions, including commercial, industrial, and retail leasing, as well as buy and sell agreements. Our attorneys also have significant experience in representing clients in real estate-related disputes, so if you have a question about buying, selling, or leasing property for your own company or are involved in a contract dispute, our legal team can help.


Call Today to Schedule an Initial Consultation with a Dedicated Los Angeles Real Estate Lawyer

To speak with a California based real estate attorney about your own case, please contact a member of our legal team at (909) 677-2270 today. You can also reach us by completing one of our brief online contact forms.

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