Real Estate and Transactional

Our real estate attorneys are experienced in the effective resolution of real estate lawsuits and claims as related to purchasing, developing, and managing properties, and in advising clients in these real estate matters.

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Montgomery Real Estate Attorney

Our real estate attorneys represent owners, developers, lenders, investors, tenants, and landlords in residential and commercial property acquisition and disposition, planning and development, lending, financing, construction, and leasing matters.

Our real estate attorneys have experience in:

  • Boundary Disputes

  • Condominium

  • Condominium Association

  • Cooperative Housing

  • Easements

  • Evictions

  • Historic Conservation

  • Homeowners Association

  • Land Sales

  • Mortgage Foreclosure

  • Property Management

  • Real Estate Acquisitions

  • Real Estate Brokerage

  • Real Estate Contracts

  • Real Estate Fraud

  • Real Estate Sales

  • Real Estate Taxation

  • Right of Way Easements

  • Title Disputes

  • Title Insurance

  • Title Issues

Experienced Real Estate Lawyers

Real estate transactions are governed by federal statutes as well as state statutory and common law. Handling real estate matters requires knowledge of the applicable federal and state laws.

Real estate law includes a variety of legal issues relating to acquiring, financing, developing, managing, constructing, leasing and selling commercial and residential real property of all kinds, including:

  • Real estate transactions relating to representation, litigation, consultation and negotiation of mortgages, mortgage re-financing, reverse mortgages, 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, residential purchase and sale agreements, commercial purchase and sale agreements, residential leases, and commercial leases (e.g., office, medical building, restaurant, industrial property, or shopping center).

  • Real estate disputes including disputes over adverse possession, prescriptive easements, eminent domain, condemnation, property taxes, title and boundaries, views, trees, branches, party walls, fences, nuisance, trespass and encroachment, as well as sale disputes (e.g., breach of contract, specific performance, non-disclosure, fraud or misrepresentation).

  • Real estate broker issues including claims against and defense of real estate brokers and agents including negligence, fraud/misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and disclosure obligations.

  • Construction defects and mechanic’s liens including disputes that owners, builders and contractors may have in regard to construction disputes, construction defects and claims, as well as construction accident claims.

  • Land use and zoning matters, including representation of property owners before governmental entities (cities, counties, zoning boards, design review boards) relating to land use applications, permits variances, zoning exceptions, design review approvals, and special use permits, as well as common interest communities, including interpretation and enforcement of Covenants and Conditions & Restrictions.

Our real estate lawyers understand the unique issues that typically arise in real estate matters and have experience dealing with them.

Our real estate attorneys are distinguished by a history of successfully resolving claims involving real estate matters and in advising clients on how to avoid such claims. For representation in a real estate dispute or issue, contact us.

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