Oakland County Real Estate Attorneys Ready to Serve You
Our practice is focused on representing both purchasers and sellers of industrial, residential, and commercial property. We help you from start to finish, from setting up the initial offer through to environmental planning and assessment, reviewing all the commitments and title work, and putting together all of the closing documents. Some of the common services we provide in the real estate arena include:
- Reviewing documents related to foreclosure and forfeiture
- Preparing documents related to closing and negotiations
- Land contract deed review
- Lease agreements related to sale and purchase of real estate
In real estate, it’s crucial to work with a team of attorneys who are local to the area to ensure that all laws and regulations are followed properly. An individual with a geographic connection to the area can be extremely helpful for your case. Since financial transactions in the real estate arena, whether they are bought and sold by an individual or a business, can be so complex, it’s essential to retain talented and experience attorneys. If you are engaged in the real estate market as an agent, it’s a wise step to have a connection with a solid real estate legal team. To learn more contact our Oakland County real estate attorney.
Residential Real Estate
Buying a home is one of the biggest and most important purchases you will make throughout your life. Most individuals who purchase a home see this as not just the selection of their home, but their choice of an investment that will build equity over time. As a new homeowner, you don’t want to be in the position of finding out that the previous property owner did not pay the taxes on the property or for their new improvements to the home. Our goal is to help you identify the facts behind any new burdens that might unfold during your real estate transaction.
Commercial Real Estate
A commercial real estate purchase goes beyond purchasing the land and building the retail or office space. There are many important questions that need to be answered, including those that concern:
- Environmental problems
- Problematic usage history
- Zoning restrictions
If you’re purchasing real estate for business, contact our experienced attorneys for professional insight.
There are many regulations that govern the relationship between a tenant and landlord. The lease is a crucial document that guides this relationship, but there are also unwritten provisions that could impact your role in the relationship. Work with a team of experienced Oakland County real estate attorneys to learn more about your rights and responsibilities.