You might be in the middle of a dispute regarding a real estate transaction, or alternatively, you may be a lender who needs to foreclose on a property in order to realize your security interest. In either case, you may be wondering what you can do to address the problem.
If your issue is a problem with a land transaction, it may appear as if the matter may be headed towards litigation. In many cases, such disputes may be resolved through alternative dispute resolution methods, such as arbitration or mediation, which are cost-effective and help parties avoid the costs and time involved in court disputes. In the event your dispute cannot be resolved through such measures, you may need to be prepared to litigate the issue in court in order to try to protect your interests.
Some individuals might need to foreclose your interest in a property. In many cases you may be able to prosecute the case quickly so you can minimize your losses and realize your security interest. As a part of the foreclosure action, you might also be able to collect money to reimburse you for the legal and enforcement expenses involved in prosecuting the foreclosure action.
Our legal team at Ridout Barron is focused on helping our clients settle their real estate and foreclosure dispute matters. We use a variety negotiation tactics to broker agreements that are fair to the parties involved while protecting the interests of our clients, and we understand that the complexities of real estate and foreclosure law leaves many clients with questions. In order to provide better assistance to people, we have gathered additional information on our foreclosure and land dispute page.