Real Estate

Real Estate law is broad area that encompasses everything from sales to loans to land use. David Speckman, the principal of Speckman Law Firm, has practice real estate law for nearly two decades, representing homeowners, developers, lenders, borrowers, and tenants. As a licensed real estate broker himself, Mr. Speckman knows well the law governing the duties owed by real estate agents, lenders, sellers, landlords, and users of real property. Mr. Speckman has litigated several real estate cases through trial, including cases involving lender fraud, wrongful foreclosure, breach of fiduciary duty by brokers, failure to disclose, mold and mildew cases, condemnation, quiet enjoyment, zoning and land use, and landlord/tenant law matters. Mr. Speckman has even established “new” law in California through published appellate court decisions in the area of a broker’s fiduciary duty to disclose the presence of mold.

If you have a real estate legal matter, contact us today to arrange a confidential consultation with Attorney David L. Speckman.

Loan Modification
Short Sale
Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure
Should I “Short-Sale” My Home?