Colorado Real Estate Construction Lawyers
Legal Guidance You Can Count On
The real estate market in Colorado is thriving and ripe for opportunity. The beautiful landscapes and developing cityscapes are perfect for developing and constructing new real estate locations, residential complexes, and commercial properties. However, before you dive into the world of real estate as a land developer or construction manager, you should get a clear understanding of what legal complications can arise with real estate construction.
Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. is here to help clients throughout Colorado with all questions and concerns related to the state’s real estate construction laws. We are backed by more than 30 years of total legal experience focused on some of the most complex cases. You can trust our real estate construction attorneys to be able to prepare you or your company for any potential roadblocks or complications. Our mission is to meet and exceed your goals!
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Contract Preparation, Drafting, & Editing
A cornerstone of real estate construction projects is the real estate contracts that legally bind them. A real estate contract is needed when a person would like to purchase, sell, exchange, or lease their real estate, but also when new construction is planned. Whether you are in charge of constructing an entire commercial complex or just want to expand your own residence, come to our firm to ensure all contracts and legal forms are in order.
Matters to be considered in a real estate construction contract include:
Zoning land use
Before you break ground in your real estate construction project, make certain you can even use the land underneath as planned. Different cities, counties, and municipalities throughout Colorado have different zoning land-use laws. Not to worry, though. Our attorneys are familiar with all aspects of a real estate construction project, including the nuances that can come with a specific region.
Figuring out how long a real estate construction project should take to be completed is a basic component of related contracts. Furthermore, it is always smart to assume there will be some sort of delay or complication along the way. Your contracts should plan ahead and decide what can and should be done in the case of a construction delay.
Certain types of real estate must be constructed in specific ways. You will need to be fully compliant with any such regulation or requirement.
Subcontractors and funding
Work divvied out to subcontractors will need to be allotted in your real estate construction contract, as well as how they will be paid. Errors in payments and funding could lead to litigation, so it makes sense to be thorough upfront with your contracts.
Great attorney. Gerald Jorgensen explained the situation and my legal options and obligations in clear, easy-to-understand language. His process made it easy to get the right settlement. I was really satisfied with the results. With Mr. Jorgenson, the client always comes first!