San Diego’s real estate investors have diverse goals. The investing community includes wholesalers who focus on distressed properties, commercial landlords, developers, and those with long-term investments. At The Enochs Law Group, we use a business-minded approach to guide investors and business owners at every stage of the investment cycle.
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Real Estate Wholesaling and Flipping
Wholesalers and flippers play an important role in the San Diego real estate market by revitalizing distressed properties. However, these professionals face unique challenges due to the short turnaround times and high stakes involved. We assist real estate wholesalers with issues involving financing, purchase and sale agreements, and other matters. And when disputes arise, we work to resolve them quickly through alternative dispute resolution and litigation.
Leasing Commercial Properties
Today’s commercial landlords face a variety of challenges. From lease enforcement and collections challenges to complex regulatory compliance issues, The Enochs Law Group assists commercial landlords with their legal needs. We build consistency and predictability into our clients’ commercial rental ventures.
Real Estate Development
Real estate developers have unique needs that range from property acquisition to disposition. We guide our clients at every stage and advise them about financing as well as regulatory and legal compliance so they can reduce their risk and avoid disputes.
We Build Relationships on Trust and Respect
About 4 years ago a friend referred me to Alan Enoch’s for legal advice on a business matter. Alan immediately proved how valuable he would be to my business through his well thought out responses and knowledge of the law. Since that first meeting, Alan has been representing me personally, as well as 4 businesses I own. He continues to work tirelessly to ensure my entities are protected. My company interviewed many lawyers in the past before the introduction to Alan. I will put it very simply what sets Alan apart from all the others; He cares. He genuinely cares about his clients and wants the best for them. He will review each potential issue in depth to gain the knowledge to provide honest advice as to whether it is worth pursuing or not.
My advice to anyone that is looking at hiring Alan…. do it before your competition does. I want Alan on my side of the courtroom, not on the side that’s against me.
"I want to thank you for all the hard work that you've done for our company over the years. We've had small matters that were handled very quickly. We've also had large matters that needed very aggressive representation and you've represented us in a stellar manner. If you're looking for a truly aggressive law firm, someone who is going to look at your case in a thorough manner and is going to be very strategic in both the short term and long term, please call Alan Enochs."
Sometimes, real estate investors invest to hold, turning their acquisitions into long-term investments. Our lawyers can help you resolve disputes and issues that arise with your properties, including disputes involving easements, liens, zoning, and other issues.
Legal Resources and Information
Read our blog to learn more about legal issues that interest you and stay up to date on the latest developments in California real estate and business law.
If you are investing in real estate through a suspended LLC or corporation, this is a bad idea. Imagine that you have identified a fantastic real estate investment opportunity, and you have the purchase of this real estate under contract. However, before you close escrow, the seller develops sellers’ remorse. The seller tells you that unless you substantially…Read More
California legislators just passed a historic rent control bill, becoming one of a growing list of states to pass statewide rent control and other tenant protections. The bill is expected to be signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom, who supported its passage through the legislature. Read on for details about the new law, and…Read More
If you are a landlord with residential properties, then you have probably dealt with your share of problematic tenants. You may have dealt with tenants who don’t pay rent on time, who bring in pets or long-term guests without permission, who make too much noise, etc. You may have dealt with a hoarder. Hoarding in…Read More
New Real Estate Fraud Charges Against Woman Already Accused of Multi-Million Dollar Scam Targeting Elderly Californians
Real estate ownership and management can be complicated, particularly for elderly Americans. California has several laws in place that specifically protect the elderly in property transactions in order to prevent unscrupulous parties from taking advantage by means of fraud or undue influence. A recent criminal fraud case out of Los Angeles illustrates how a deceitful…Read More
Flipping real estate, especially if you’re a relatively new investor, may entail purchasing a new property before the sale of a previous investment is complete. This may mean that funds critical to a new purchase are tied up but will soon become available. In these cases, some real estate investors opt to take out bridge…Read More
As readers of this blog know, the regulatory requirements imposed by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) can increase the cost, time, and overall difficulty of real estate development. Any new exemption or other limitation on CEQA’s purview is a boon for real estate developers looking to limit cost. The California Legislature recently enacted a…Read More