Our White and Bright real estate attorneys assist clients with all types of subordination agreements relating to real estate. Subordination agreements, which change the otherwise chronological priority of liens on a property, are often necessary when a borrower is obtaining financing and entering into a loan agreement. These agreements are strictly regulated by California law.
State law on subordination agreements is complex. Our real estate attorneys have the requisite experience and knowledge to assist clients with subordination agreements, regardless of the situation in which the need for the agreement arises. We prepare agreements for clients and also review documents provided by another party. We also ensure that the client fully understands the nature and terms of the agreement. If necessary, we can also assist in negotiating the terms of a subordination agreement.
We welcome you to contact us about how we can assist you with a subordination agreement.