Real Property, Development and Real Estate Transactions

Our attorneys are available to assist clients in both residential and commercial transactions, development, and litigation, as well as representing HOA boards on various ongoing issues.

With extensive experience in all areas of real property law, our team of attorneys assist clients with the simple (closing a real property sale) to the complicated (developing a commercial property from start to finish).  We can assist with drafting and reviewing documents, required recordings, negotiation and assistance with planning and zoning boards, financing, and leasing to tenants once the project is complete.  Examples of our services, though certainly not exclusive, are:

Real Property Development, both residential and commercial:

  • All aspects of permitting, subdivision, and land use issues;
  • Town and county planning and zoning issues, including presentations at meetings;
  • Creation of HOA or COA, including filing creation documents with the Secretary of State;
  • Drafting restrictive covenants and HOA documents, including Declaration of Condominium, Bylaws, and other necessary documents;
  • Residential and commercial leases for both owners and tenants

Real Estate Transactions, both residential and commercial:

  • Drafting and review of offers to purchase, options, etc. regarding real property;
  • Drafting and review of leases;
  • Closing loans for residential and commercial properties in the tri-county area

Other real property issues:

  • Real estate and construction litigation;
  • HOA representation, and HOA disputes;
  • Condemnation proceedings;
  • Easement and boundary disputes;
  • Foreclosure issues.

Our Attorneys Who Focus in this Area:

Jeffrey P. Keeter • Christopher K. Behm • Harrison B. Freedland


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