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According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) there are more than 900,000 licensed realtors in the U.S.

Real Estate Attorneys routinely handle legal issues involving house purchases and rentals, condos, new home problems, and all the numerous issues, which can arise in dealing with real estate agents and brokers in the purchase and sale of homes.

Real Estate Attorneys represent buyers at closings, negotiations, do title examinations and searches, deed preparation, zoning disputes, quiet title actions, toxic mold contamination and offer mediation and arbitration over disputed issues. Real Estate Attorneys can also represent investors, homeowners and condominium associations, subdivision developments, and financial institutions with regard to their lending.

Different types of Real Estate Attorneys include:

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Agricultural
  • Eminent Domain
  • Land Use Matters
  • Landlord-Tenant

Real Estate Attorneys can assist in these areas including:

  • Drafting offer contracts
  • Review and drafting leases
  • Commercial lease contracts
  • Listing agreements
  • Purchase contracts
  • Residential closings
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Real Estate Development
  • Contractor agreements
  • Residential buildings
  • Office buildings
  • Time-sharing forms of ownership
  • International Business
  • Partnership, Joint Venture, and Real Estate Investment
  • Real estate syndication
  • Taxation of real estate
  • Acquisitions, Sales, and Exchanges
  • Real Estate zoning, and the regulation of land use
  • Conveyance document
  • Tax-deferred and multiple-party exchange agreements
  • Escrow instructions, and other related documents.

Lawyers today must also be able to warn clients that past mold problems, water damage or the history of insurance claims. It is always recommended to consult with an attorney BEFORE you sign any documents


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