Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Are you are buying or selling a home or are in the middle of a dozen commercial office deals?

The experienced attorneys at Smith Peterson understand the legal issues behind each agreement and every Real Estate document. We assist our clients with the development, leasing, sale and purchase of commercial and residential real property. We have successfully represented a wide variety of clients to include commercial and residential real estate transactions.

Since its inception 1908, Smith Peterson has been providing legal services and counsel to clients in the following real estate areas:

  • Real Estate Acquisition
  • Investments
  • Development
  • Finance
  • Disposition

Our real estate attorneys provide advice and guidance to clients in many real estate matters including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Residential and Commercial Real Estate Closings
  • Leasing issues from both a Landlord and Tenant Perspective
  • Commercial Office Space and Flex-Space
  • Real Estate Financing and Workouts
  • Title Examination and Issuance of Title Insurance
  • Condominium Development
  • Preparation of Condominium Documentation
  • Construction Development and Financing
  • Preparation of Property
  • Homeowner Association Documents

Real Estate Litigation

Whenever a dispute related to real property arises, our skilled and trusted real estate attorneys have the knowledge and experience to achieve the best possible resolution in accordance with your goals. Our attorneys and their teams investigate and research the issue in order to identify the available options, consult with you,our client, then choose the best strategy to accomplish your needs and then zealously pursue that strategy through negotiation or advocacy before courts or other forums.

Examples of the real property litigation matters that we routinely handle for our clients include the following:

  • Sale and Purchase of Property
  • Contract Disputes
  • Specific Performance
  • Title Disputes
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Foreclosure
  • Landlord and Tenant Disputes
  • Tax Disputes
  • Construction Liens
  • Resulting or Constructive Trusts
  • Eminent Domain