Don’t sign off on a real estate deal without good legal counsel

On Behalf of | Apr 12, 2015 | Sales & Dissolutions |

Whether you’re considering the sale or purchase of a commercial or residential property, there is much at stake in real estate transactions. To protect your interests, it is crucial to have a real estate law attorney cover your legal bases. A lawyer can negotiate the terms of the deal and document the transaction with a detailed contract.

Not having experienced legal counsel on your side could open you up to liabilities and litigation down the road. The real estate law attorneys of Shulman, Hodges & Bastian have the knowledge and experience that buyers and sellers need to guard against pitfalls and unwanted surprises. Following are some of the kinds of sales and acquisitions our lawyers are prepared to handle:

  • Hospital properties
  • Industrial properties
  • Commercial real estate
  • Hotel properties
  • Condominiums
  • Multi-unit dwelling properties
  • Raw land

Our attorneys also handle real estate financing, leases, entitlements and issues related to HOAs. We represent clients in disputes over purchase and sale agreements, commercial leases, easements, boundary lines and eminent domain.

Whether you’re dealing with a property on the open market or in a bankruptcy sale, your interests will be best served by a full-service business law firm. Nearly every one of the attorneys of Shulman, Hodges & Bastian started out working in a bankruptcy judge’s chambers, so we are well prepared to handle any issues that arise in the purchase or sale of property through bankruptcy. In fact, we started out as a bankruptcy boutique firm.

The bottom line is that you shouldn’t go into a real estate transaction of any kind without protecting yourself from liability. An experienced real estate attorney can help ensure that you don’t incur unforeseen costs in a sale or a purchase.

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