Protecting Buyers of New Construction
New construction projects are complex. The successful completion of a project requires many elements to be brought together and integrated into the whole in a timely fashion. This can fail to occur for many reasons, causing disputes to arise regarding the work performed and the meaning of specific aspects of the contract.
At Roche & Roche, PC, we help protect the interests of buyers of new construction, and the value of their real estate investment through the practice of construction law.
We provide many services to buyers of new residential and commercial construction, including:
- Review of construction contracts
- Review of specifications and budget allowances
- Review of the builder's warranty
- Negotiation of disagreements with the builder
- Compensation for construction delays
- Construction contract litigation
- Construction defect litigation
- Real estate litigation
- And others
Get Us Involved Early in the Process
As experienced construction law attorneys, Roche & Roche, PC can protect your rights and interests. But our job becomes much more difficult when we are brought in after construction starts and a dispute has begun. Ideally, the buyer of new construction should consult with us during the concept stage — before the construction contract is negotiated and signed.
Our experience in construction law can help prevent many problems from occurring. We can review the construction contract, modify language, and insert provisions which can save you many headaches as the project proceeds. We will negotiate these contract improvements with developers, contractors, and builders to ensure that your project goes smoothly and that you receive the building you contracted for.
In commercial and new home construction, every project is unique. Our lawyers will pay close attention to the details of the contract to make sure it reflects your wishes. Our goal is to help protect your interests and avoid construction law disputes.
For a free initial consultation with Roche & Roche, PC regarding a construction law matter, call (508) 528-8300, or contact us online.