Investigating Real Estate Fraud For Your Protection
The Stone-Siegel Law Firm in Santa Cruz, California, advocates aggressively for individuals who have suffered a loss in a real estate transaction due to construction defects or fraudulent actions by another party in the transaction.
Our attorneys have more than 70 years of cumulative experience representing clients who have purchased a home or commercial property only to discover that another party involved in the transaction operated in a fraudulent manner.
Fraudulent actions include:
- False statements by the seller
- Failure to disclose material facts about the transaction
- Misrepresentations or concealment by a realtor, real estate agent or broker
- Improper conduct of a lender or loan broker
Experienced Litigators Who Will Protect Your Rights
It is critical to retain the services of a law firm that focuses on real estate issues and has extensive experience litigating real estate fraud and construction defects cases. These matters can be complex and, because the stakes are high, defendants generally fight to protect their interests. You need a lawyer who can build a strong case and make it stand up in court.
Mortgage fraud involves misrepresentation of loan terms, borrower qualifications or property values. The normal safeguards do not work because they are cooperating with the fraudulent sellers or they simply fail to conduct due diligence.
In construction defect cases, we represent property owners in addressing issues such as land problems, design defects, poor workmanship, building material failures, insurance coverage disputes and roadway and infrastructure problems.
Get A Thorough Case Review At The Stone-Siegel Law Firm
The attorneys at The Stone-Siegel Law Firm have represented clients in real estate matters throughout Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties since 1969. If you are dealing with real estate fraud or construction defects, call 831-713-5773 or 408-377-7785 or email us to schedule a meeting.
We will review the facts of your case and provide a straightforward assessment of what you might expect as an outcome.