Real Estate

Whether you are purchasing, selling, leasing or disputing ownership of a property in the New Orleans metro area, we can help. The real estate attorneys at Burgos and Associates are equipped to handle the gamut of residential and commercial real estate transactions and litigation, everything from negotiating, selling, zoning and construction.

Call us at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule your consultation.

From environmental issues to contractual matters, construction projects often are a host of legal issues to contend with. Missteps can lead to missed deadlines, financial burdens, and even property loss. The key to your protection and success is having the knowledgeable construction dispute lawyers at Burgos and Associates on your side as they can provide representation for a full spectrum of construction-related issues, including but not limited to:

  • Warranty / redhibition claims
  • Contractor disputes (between subs and general contractors and/or contractors and homeowners)
  • Performance and payment bonds
  • Construction / design defects
  • Extra work and / or change order claim
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Performance guarantee failures
  • Schedule disruption, delay, acceleration, and/or interference claims
If you are unsure about your construction dispute or simply have questions regarding real estate law in the New Orleans or Baton Rouge area, call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

The attorneys at Burgos and Associates have expertise and experience working with property owners and developers on matters involving land use and zoning. The firm also represents property owners, developers, community organizations and neighborhood associations before Parish Councils, Planning Boards and Zoning Boards of Appeal. The firm assists clients in a wide range of matters including but not limited to:

  • Zoning enforcement
  • Use variances
  • Building permits
  • Special use permits
  • Environmental permits
  • Environmental regulations

If you are unsure about your zoning or permits issues or simply have questions regarding real estate law in the New Orleans or Baton Rouge area, call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

Commercial and Residential real estate disputes often occur because the parties entered into the contract with different expectations as to the responsibilities and obligations of the other side. However, there does not have to be a breach in the contract for a problem to arise.

Burgos and Associates represent property owners, investors, developers, builders, landlords and tenants in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana in a broad range of real estate-related conflicts, including but not limited to:

  • Breach of contract
  • Recovery of Earnest Money
  • Title insurance litigation
  • Fraud, misrepresentation, and nondisclosure
  • Commercial lease disagreements
  • Construction defects and mechanic’s liens
  • Real estate partnership and joint venture disputes
  • Wrongful foreclosure
  • Tax Sales

For a consultation with an experienced real estate attorney in the New Orleans metro area, call today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

Commercial leases can be time-consuming and costly. Business operations risk interruptions in their day-to-day functions when a landlord and tenant differ on the other side’s obligations involving a lease both parties signed. The attorneys at Burgos & Associates, take a proactive approach in drafting and negotiating leases. Their experience and knowledge of real estate law mean that they attend to every detail in making complex documents enforceable while striving to prevent future disputes.

The legal team at Burgos & Associates, takes on the complexities of commercial leases on behalf of both landlords and tenants, including:

  • Drafting and negotiation of leases
  • Extensions of commercial leases
  • Insurance matters
  • Indemnification provisions
  • Damage claims
  • Security deposit disputes
  • Sublet-related disputes
  • Repair and maintenance disputes
  • Material storage disputes
  • Eviction proceedings

For a consultation with an experienced Louisiana real estate lawyer, call today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

The process of eminent domain is not automatic, regardless of the entity seeking to assume ownership of private property. Relinquishing a valuable asset by accepting the government’s financial offer ignores the complexity of the proceedings and rights of the property owner.

The eminent seeking to acquire property must meet the requirements for a public purpose or public necessity. Many proceedings do not meet those standards, allowing for abuse of power by the expropriating. The help of an experienced real estate attorney is paramount in protecting the property owners’ rights.

Depending on the particulars of a case, a property owner may be entitled to compensation for any or all of the following:

  • The fair market value of real property
  • Severance damages (i.e. damages resulting to the land not expropriated
  • Fixtures, equipment and/or improvements pertaining to realty
  • Pre-exportation damages
  • Relocation

For a consultation with an experienced Louisiana real estate lawyer, call today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

Contact Our Real Estate Attorneys

For more information on how we can help with your real estate legal needs, please fill out the contact form below. Our attorneys with specialized focus on real estate law (seen below) will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

George McGreggor
George McGreggorAttorney At Law
Matt Lofaso
Matt LofasoAttorney At Law
Gabriel Mondino
Gabriel MondinoAttorney At Law

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