Real estate produces thousands of disputes in all sorts of areas such as buying and selling property, use of land, fencing plots, getting access and so on. Property value is usually significant and therefore parties attach a great interest in resolving such disputes in the best possible way.
Mediation is a practical yet sophisticated process designed to address the real issues and obstacles behind conflict in reaching a commercially viable solution. Our independent and extensive knowledge of property means we can provide an alternative mediation approach, designed to resolve problems and conflicts and avoid litigation or arbitration.
We bridge gaps and move forward by identifying common ground and developing mutual respect for buyers, sellers and investors.Maria Gkika
At ARENCORES, taking an advisory role on property issues and negotiation procedures, we undertake mediation between buyer and seller. Through confidential, constructive discussions and negotiations we manage to eliminate obstacles if any, resolve disputes, set key interests and finally achieve an advantageous for both sides agreement.
There are many disputes relating to real estate. Sometimes they are between neighbours, sometimes between people buying, selling or developing. On other occasions they are between land-owners and public authorities. All these disputes can be settled by property mediation.
We can help you to resolve your property dispute in whichever category it falls:
- Rights of way, rights of light and other easements
- Neighbour disputes
- Party walls
- Boundaries and adverse possession
- Negotiating purchases
- Negotiating leases
- Break clauses
- Service charges
- Forfeiture and possession
- Housing disrepair
- Options and overage
- Property development and complex purchases
Our professional mediation excellence team is accredited in a range of conflict determination methods to ensure all members are treated with respect, despite differing viewpoints and perspectives.