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Real Estate Law Lawyers In Carlotta California

Carlotta is an unincorporated community in Humboldt County, California. It is located 6.5 miles (10.5 km) southeast of Fortuna, at an elevation of 131 feet (40 m). Carlotta is about 11 miles (18 km) east of US Route 101 on California State Route 36. Official estimates indicate that Carlotta's population is about 300 people. The town is quiet and mostly made up of pastures and forests along the Van Duzen River valley. The town enjoys wonderful weather, except for occasional winter storms and high wind gusts. It's an area that is isolated from urban California and has experienced little, if any, growth. The nearest airport is the Fortuna airport, about 7 miles (11 km) away. Carlotta is about 35 miles (56 km) away from the Humboldt county seat, Eureka, California. Carlotta is named after Carlotta Vance, daughter of John M. Vance, who laid out the town in 1903. The first post office at Carlotta opened in 1903. Carlotta was once home to the Carlotta Hotel, The carlotta hotel burnt down and the owners decided not to rebuild it. The ZIP Code is 95528. The community is inside area code 707.

What is real estate law?

Real Estate Law refers to laws and regulations that regulate land and things permanently fixed to the land such as a building. Real estate is synonymous of real property and sometimes called realty. Real estate lawyers deal with issues as varied as real estate transactions, as in the sale and purchase of real estate, construction defects, landlord-tenant disputes, eminent domain, 1031 exchanges, foreclosures and mortgage law to name a few.

Answers to real estate law issues in California

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