The Bay Area is notorious for its large and luxurious properties. While many people are attracted to the area because of its seaside beauty, the lay of the land has created unique issues for property owners and their related parties. Groups of people caught up recently in this dilemma include developers, residents and management groups of the Millennium Tower in the South of Market District in downtown San Francisco.
For many people in California, achieving the American dream means owning their own home. Unfortunately, reaching the goal of home or property ownership can sometimes result in additional conflict. For example, real estate disputes regarding property lines with a neighbor could lead to the need of court intervention.
Let’s imagine you are looking for property to develop, and you plan to build a nice big home on the land. You find the perfect spot with the perfect views, and you purchase the property.
Have you even been in a conversation with your partner or friend and your words don't come out quite right so you say, "you know what I mean." You can safely assume that your partner or friend knows what you are trying to say based on the "substance" of your conversation.