Aggressive. Experienced. Resourceful. These descriptors exemplify the Salpeter Gitkin law firm. Whether you are purchasing a condominium for investment purposes or as a new home, we have the comprehensive skill and knowledge needed to protect both investors and prospective homeowners in all condo deposit disputes.
Our extensive experience with condo deposit disputes can make a significant difference for our clients. Contact us by e-mail or call 954.467.8622 to schedule an initial consultation – we offer flexible payment plans.
Extensive Experience in Condo Deposit Disputes
One the firm’s partners — Eric Salpeter — is a seasoned trial attorney with a substantial background in condo deposit disputes. In fact, he began working in this complex area of real estate law when many attorneys were focused solely on transactional real estate work.
Attorney Salpeter has lectured on this new and emerging area of real estate to attorneys throughout Florida. His vast understanding of this type of real estate dispute combined with his impressive trial skills translates into results for many of our clients.
What Can We Do For You?
If you agreed to purchase a condominium and paid a deposit, only to discover that you are now trapped into purchasing a product that has not met the terms of the agreement, we are prepared to help you recover the deposit. Condo deposit recovery disputes can arise for a multitude of reasons, including:
- Condo was not built on time
- Condo did not meet applicable construction standards
- Condo failed to comply with the contract terms, including specific amenities
We fight to hold developers fully accountable and will work relentlessly to recover as much of the deposit or escrow money as possible. Often, we can prove that the developer breached the agreement, demonstrating that the investor is entitled to the money in the escrow account. We can then seek a judgment against the developer for the remaining amount of the deposit owed.
Contact Us for Experienced Representation in all Property Matters
We also review all real estate transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, preconstruction contracts and all closing documents.