Real Property Lawyer San Francisco

When it comes to finding the best Real Property lawyer in San Francisco, Friedemann Goldberg LLP can provide you with the extensive experience of a large firm and the close, personalized attention of a small firm. Our team of experienced attorneys will assist you when it comes to resolving issues regarding lender defense, receiver appointment, boundary disputes, judicial foreclosure, probate distribution, and quiet titles.

Our firm is well-versed in Real Estate Litigation, including property access, insurance, partitions, lot line adjustments, distributions, rescission, commercial and agricultural leases, wrongful disclosure defense, judicial foreclosure defense, endangered species and wetland credits, and environmental banking.

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In instances of bankruptcy and needing a real estate attorney, our team is highly skilled when it comes to handling creditors’ rights, in addition to adversary proceedings, distressed property issues, forbearance agreements, fraudulent conveyances, deed-in-lieu-of-foreclosure, intercreditor agreements, recovery, and relief from stay. Our attorneys also have significant transactional expertise, including real estate/real property transactions (and agreement drafting and negotiation); easements and boundaries; construction agreements; leases; receiver and foreclosure actions; and purchase and sale agreements.

At Friedemann Goldberg LLP, we ensure that the best possible resources and knowledge go into our client-centered solutions. We’ve collectively received over 25 national awards and recognitions collectively as a result of our attorneys’ acumen. If you want the best Real Estate Attorney in the San Francisco area, give our office a call today to set up an appointment!

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John Friedemann has more than 30 years experience representing businesses and commercial enterprises.

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Everyone understands the basic housing problem in Sonoma County and in many other communities: there are too few available residential units, at prices out of reach for median and lower-income residents. The crisis has led stakeholders to revisit assumptions about sensible, sustainable growth. Despite moves to cap rent increases and introduce just-cause eviction laws, these stakeholders acknowledge that an effective strategy means, foremost, adding to the housing supply.