Real Estate Law

Real Estate or Real Property is defined as a parcel of land and anything growing on it, permanently attached to it, built on it, or any minerals or natural resources underneath the land. This does not include anything that can be taken apart and easily removed without damage to the land. That is considered personal property. Corporeal real or personal property is anything tangible that has substance and is visible on the land such as dwelling structure, building, fence, driveway, walkway, plants, etc. incorporeal property is the legal right to use real property as established without the right of possession such as easements. An easement grants the right to use a portion of someone else's property for right-of-way or access to another property or public land. An example of an easement is a driveway that grants property owners or tenants access to the road or a property that borders public land and people have to cross a portion of the property to access a park or beach. This does not mean that the public has unfettered right of entry into the property but they can use the portion of the property established as an easement.

Real Estate Professionals

A real estate professional can be an invaluable asset in the purchase, sale, or lease of commercial property, income property, or residential property. A real estate agent, real estate broker, and/or real estate attorney can save you time and money if you are in the market for a new home or business or if you are looking to sell or lease a property. They can help you find the perfect home, or business location, perform title searches, locate a mortgage broker to secure financing, connect you with all the inspectors and appraisers you will need to satisfy all the requirements the jurisdiction of your property, and help you close your deal.

A real estate agent can help you find the perfect property, industrial building, business space, home, condominium, co-op, apartment, mixed use property, income-producing complex, or whatever real estate needs you may have in a fraction of the time that it would take you to accomplish half of the same tasks.

Real Estate Attorneys

A real estate attorney can draft offer, purchase, or lease contracts, listing and contractor agreements, and contract closings. An attorney can also help resolve disputes and zoning matters, settle liens and encroachment issues, and provide legal representation in contamination cases such as toxic mold or lead.

A real estate lawyer can help with any of the following:

  • Appraisals
  • Purchase/sell a property
  • Property management
  • Leasing and rental agreements
  • Mortgages/financing
  • Foreclosures
  • Construction/improvements/development
  • Permits and titles
  • Condemnation, code violations, and encroachment

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