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Real Estate Lawyer

Real estate lawyers help clients with legal issues related to residential and commercial real estate, tenants and neighbors, commercial leasing, and private property ownership. Lawyers assist with transfer of real estate property, including purchase and sale. They help clients to deal with the legal aspect of rental property and defend the rights of owners, landlords, renters, and tenants. Real estate lawyers specialize in land use, zoning, property development, and foreclosure.

Lawyers offer legal advice on property management, zoning violations, restrictions and covenants on real estate, property taxes, and value estimates. They specialize in real estate disputes and deed problems and help resolve disputes over encroachment, trespass, injuries, and boundaries. Lawyers help clients to make estate transactions and deal with different problems. These include tenants in residence, proof of title, immovable structures, and illegal additions or units. Immovable structures include minerals, bushes, trees, and buildings.

Real estate lawyers help clients with title issues and environmental and insurance issues. They review and prepare appraisals, inspections, leases, and purchase agreements. They draft documents such as financial and rental agreements, leases, and deeds for higher priced purchases or conveyance transactions. Lawyers also offer legal advice and review transactions. This is called due diligence and involves a review of sales price history, building code compliance of the real estate property, lease terms, etc.

Real estate lawyers protect the interests of sellers, buyers, and other parties to minimize the risk of financial loss. They check loan documents and contracts for errors and omissions. Some lawyers use the services of title agencies. Apart from reviewing purchase agreements, lawyers check for code violations and look at mortgage documents, taxes, and lien searches.

Lawyers specialize in residential and commercial real estate transactions and ensure that their clients’ interests are protected. To this, they work with insurance agents, surveyors, inspectors, real estate and title agents, and banks and other financial institutions. In residential transactions, lawyers check whether there are charges or liens against the property. They make sure that taxes and maintenance are paid by the seller and attend the closing. Finally, real estate lawyers help clients with security deposits and review the closing statement, promissory note, bills of sale, and deed.