Tuesday, January 17 2012 @ 02:31 PM EST
Contributed by: Don Winner
If you find yourself in a situation where you feel your investment is in jeopardy, you should know you have options, even if the non compliance is in part attributable to you. It might be possible to get all or part of your money back. However it is very important that you take action before the developer obtains the occupancy permit for the building. It has been our experience with developers in almost all cases they are hesitant to return deposits and/or damages to buyers, even if the incompliance is clear on their part, so some sort of legal action usually needs to be taken to pressure them to comply and to secure your investment. Once legal action has been taken they seem much more willing to negotiate.
We at Panama Relocation Attorneys specialize in the legal aspects of real estate transactions and now through our litigation department we can not only advise our clients but also present proper legal action if need be to protect their rights. If you or someone you know finds themselves in a situation in which a considerable down payment has been made for a property and there are problems with the developer, we are willing to look at your case free of cost to determine if in our opinion you have a case or not. To take advantage of this offer please contact us a firstname.lastname@example.org and mention that you saw this article in Panama Guide.
Kind regards, Lic. Gonzalo de la Guardia