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The government will try to short change you. We tell our clients: if we don't get you more money, you owe us absolutely nothing. We know how to get the money you are due. We do it by proving why the property that is being taken is more valuable than what the government says it is. Sometimes the government is only taking part of your property. We call these partial takings and all too often a property owner settles on their own for a portion of what they should be paid. We often get double or triple the government offer. Unless you know the law and how it is in place to benefit you; you can end up leaving a lot more money on the table that should be going payed to YOU.
We see it all the time that people whose property is condemned go in alone and settle. Often late they realize their neighbor hired us & we got a lot more money for them, and when this happens they wished that they would have hired us in the first place. We use appraisers and we use our knowledge of the law. We use our knowledge of condemnation. We use our own negotiation skills. We use it all to get you what you deserve.
We charge most clients 1/3 of the additional money we get them. If for example they are offered $10,000 for a strip of land and we get them $70,000 they would owe us one-third of the additional $60,000. They would end up getting $50,000 or $40,000 more than the government offer. We do it all the time because we know the law & have the skills to get the job done. Also in many case we get get some of your costs for us reinforced to you by the government. We also do this all the time. In the above example where the govenrment offered $10,000 & we got the condemned land owner $70,000 we would make a claim to get their fees also paid and we are succesful in doing so on a reglar basis.
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