Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law is not only complicated, but it can vary from state to state. Illinois Real Estate Laws are different for example, than Florida or New York. Real Estate Law applies to many situations, not just to “land” or “property.” If you have a problem or concern, please don’t try to solve it yourself. You need an advisor who is in your corner and if necessary, will fight for you.
Real Estate Law can cover any situation where a party can own or make use of property and any homes, buildings or additions/modifications to the buildings on that property. However, it is much more wide-ranging than that. Real Estate Law can govern your relationship with a landlord, or theirs to you. Real Estate Law covers your mortgage, the purchase of your new home (or its sale), the financing of your property or the sale of your property.
The laws of real estate can cover renting a store, the relationship or lack of relationship you might have with an inconsiderate neighbor with noisy pets, a tenant who lives above you who tap dances at three in the morning or problems you might be experiencing with an HOA.
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We represent our clients in any kind of real estate dispute, or we work with clients to write solid contracts to avoid the risk of disputes.
We know that buying a new home or condo, especially for first-time buyers is pretty stressful. We can remove any doubts you might have about a new purchase because our focus is on you, not on selling or buying a property. Contracts are often written to benefit others, but not you. We can examine the contract to make sure everything is in proper order and that there are no hidden surprises. We are great listeners; more than that, we are lawyers who believe that our clients always come first.