The term real estate not only accounts for real property/real estate but some tangible aspects as well. The statutes and regulations pertaining to real estate are not only restricted to land, but also apply to other immovable structures such as buildings, houses, trees and minerals permanently affixed to the land. Besides this, it also consists of benefits, interests, and rights that are legally attached to the real property, this includes certain rights to the air above the particular land and the drill in the ground beneath it. However, the practice area of real estate includes the following issues such as sales, purchases and other transfers of real estate. To handle all these issues amicable, one needs to have a real estate attorney by his/her side, who can guide through the whole process.
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