Regardless of whether you're buying a home or investing in commercial real estate, your investment matters. Real estate law is complex and tedious, and you need an experienced real estate attorney that knows the letter of the law.
Drawing on our 50 years of experience, we represent both buyers and sellers in residential, commercial and industrial real estate transactions. We have the technical knowledge and practical experience to represent our clients in all aspects of the acquisition, financing, sale, leasing and tax-free exchanges of real estate as well as evaluating mortgage options.
Furthermore, we have decades of experience representing clients in all aspects of land development, including obtaining permits, variances, rezoning and approvals from state and local government agencies.
You probably already know you need a real estate lawyer when buying or selling property. A good lawyer can help with everything from choosing the type of mortgage to selecting real estate warranties and proper transfer of the deed. However, you may one day need a lawyer to counsel you through any one of the following common legal issues:
When developing land, building new construction or renovating an existing property, you may encounter some legal obstacles. We will provide you effective legal counsel and advice aimed at attaining your desired goals.
We're here to make sure your real estate project doesn't get stuck in lengthy and expensive legal proceedings.
Ready to get started on your next investment? Give us a call at (717) 737-0464 or contact us through our online contact form to schedule an appointment today. Establish a relationship with a seasoned Pennsylvania lawyer with deep knowledge in real estate law.
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