We offer a full range of real estate services, including assistance with buying property, selling property, mortgage closings, real estate litigation, environmental law, land use and zoning, and more. Partner Rich Watts currently represents over 50 commercial properties and approximately 1,000,000 square feet of retail and office property.
Our involvement and familiarity with local and regional real estate trends enables us to spot emerging opportunities for our clients. We use that knowledge to formulate and structure our clients’ transactions, and, where appropriate, to offer advice on how a transaction might be more advantageously engineered.
In all, our work in real estate law encompasses:
- buying property
- selling property
- mortgage closings
- real estate litigation
- environmental law, land use and zoning
Our attorneys’ experience, relationships, and involvement enable the firm to forge positive solutions with innovative and insightful strategies. We deliver prompt, high-quality service that enables our clients to maintain their edge in a highly competitive environment, one famous during the past few years for “explosive” market conditions.
Our real estate services are delivered at a level of quality our clients expect and with the efficiency the market demands. We are also uniquely well-equipped to guide clients through the gauntlet of environmental, land use, and zoning issues that are so often characteristic of real estate transactions.
Because of our attorneys’ extensive experience in all types of litigation, we are uniquely qualified to represent clients in real estate disputes. For a description of our lawyers’ experience in real estate cases, please visit the cases of interest page.
Contact Our Lawyers
To set up an appointment with one of our attorneys about any real estate sales, purchase, litigation, or other matter, please contact Peterson Watts Law Group, LLP. From law offices in Roseville, near Sacramento, California, our real estate lawyers represent clients in Placer County, Sutter County, Sacramento County, El Dorado County, San Joaquin County, Solano County, and Yolo County.