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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Need someone who can work in Washington DC Superior Court to defend a threatened lawsuit. Plaintiff will be a condo HOA. Defendant will be the developer (my company). There is a $60k bond at issue and these types of suits are often advanced as a means of extorting funds (settlement) to avoid the cost of litigation. Need to find a cost effective solution to fight the litigation and perhaps advance a counterclaim. I have all of the prelim info that has lead to this point and am well organized and cognizant of the facts and the law.
Skills: Real Estate Law Contract Law Litigation
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Add form fields to the attached blank contract. See task instructions here: For reference, an example filled out contract can be found here (the file may look slightly different): Note: will leave job open until Monday to give a chance for people who don't work weekends to see it.
Skills: Real Estate Law Adobe Acrobat
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Real Estate Executive Assistant--Sugar Land Executive Assistant Looking for a talented person who wants an opportunity, not a job! We need an Executive Assistant who will take our team to the next level. Looking forward to huge growth, leading our team to success. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Positively impact the team’s bottom line. Create a positive environment, identifying issues preventing the team from reaching its goals and then addressing them Manage daily operations of administration and sales team Work closely with the team to develop plans to meet client needs Occasional weekend hours required REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Minimum 3 years experience in real estate field Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Real Estate contract documents Must have sound business judgment and critical thinking skills Must have excellent organizational skills, detailed-oriented and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously Strong computer skills, including proficiency with electronic real estate databases preferred Ability to provide exceptional customer service, including excellent verbal and written skills Must be able to work independently, and prioritize workload to meet established goals and timelines Effective time management and manage various deadlines within a short timeframe are critical Enjoy working in a fast-paced sales environment and ability to work under pressure PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Bilingual HOW TO APPLY Email resume and salary requirements to realtor @ and realtor @ Required education: Associate Required experience: Real Estate: 3 years
Skills: Real Estate Law Podio Real Estate Management
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
We are a small Property Management Company in California. I need a licensed attorney, to review our standard contract and disclosures and make sure that we are filling everything out correctly and providing all necessary paperwork/disclosures for Property Management in California both with tenants and owners. We also want to confirm our procedures for lease breaks, evictions, etc. Just to make sure that we're in compliance.
Skills: Real Estate Law
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for a CA licensed Lawyer to review documents and help draft an offer letter to a debtor. I am trying to make an offer on a 20 year old lien on a property that I inherited. There are defects to the property and unique complications that need to be effectively communicated to opposing council so that they realize that the 1/5 of the debt that I am able to offer is their best option to resolve debt. Ideal candidate is a bad ass who is not intimidated to stand up to a Fortune 200 company.
Skills: Real Estate Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
I have a Real Estate Law question. I can only work with USA based lawyers on this since it deals with US Real Estate Law in Pennsylvania. I want to buy a piece of Raw Land from someone---about 1.9 acres. The land is owned clear in this persons name. Their is a mobile home on the land that I am just going to tear down and wreck. However---recently I learned that the owner inherited this mobile home--separate title---from her deceased parents. There is about 20k of debt on this mobile home. The home is on stilts about 10 feet in the air because it's by a river that floods every 10 years or so. She currently lives there but does not even want it---but again---it was inherited by her so the bank/finance company was trying to collect from her. At one point they told her to just pay 5k and she would own it. She did not have the money. She wanted to do a payment plan---they said no--and the amount is 20k again... Here is my question.... Basically if I buy this land---and if this mobile home which I certainly do NOT want is on the land under a separate title----what does that mean for me? Am I in anyway whatsoever responsible in any way for this mobile home. The way I see it is this mobile home---essentially a vehicle---would be illegally on my property after the sale...Would the owner not have to move it? I mean she would not be able to move it even if she wanted to. So what does this all mean for me? Again---I do NOT want this mobile home. I want it gone. But I do not want any surprises down the road. Thanks so much... Chris
Skills: Real Estate Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
We are looking for a licensed attorney in the state of Georgia that is able to research lending and real estate laws related to business purpose lending and write a letter of opinion similar to the one attached. We are looking to enter the Georgia market as a hard money lender for business purpose loans but we need to understand the requirements about commercial loans. In Florida, as long as we are originating hard money loans for business professionals we do not need an NMLS license and we are able to operate with our real estate license just as we are also able to do so in California with our real estate brokerage license. I attached both a letter of opinion we use in California and one for Florida so the freelancer attorney can help us draft one similar stating the law in the state of Georgia. Thank you, Luis
Skills: Real Estate Law Commercial Lending