Often times people sign Lease Agreements involving rental agreements that go on for years and involve tens of thousands of dollars without ever consulting a Real Estate Attorney beforehand. A Real Estate Lawyer cannot only draft a fair Lease Agreement but can also review a proposed Lease Agreement and assist you in negotiations with your prospective landlord or tenant. A reasonable fee for a Real Estate Attorney to draft or review a Lease Agreement can end up saving you expensive legal fees in the future if the lease becomes the subject of litigation because of missing or ambiguous terminology in the original Lease Agreement.
- Have a Real Estate lawyer review your Lease Agreement
- Retain a Real Estate attorney to draft your Lease Agreement
- Real Estate lawyer can be hired to negotiate the Lease Agreement
- Litigation involving a Lease Agreement can be expensive, but may be avoided by proper drafting and negotiation