Michigan Real Estate Attorney
Helping You Navigate Real Estate Law So You Can Maximize Your Return On Investment
Buying & Selling Property | Due Diligence | Contract Drafting & Review
Buying a piece of Real Estate can be one of the biggest and most expensive investments you make in your life or business. The buying and selling process is not simple and Real Estate Law in Michigan can make the process even more difficult.
With the increasing complexity of regulations, contracts, and transactions, it’s very common to encounter unforeseen legal issues when buying or selling a piece of property that, unless properly planned for, can derail a sale or negatively impact your future return on investment.
Why take any unneeded risk when investing so much time and money?
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At Rochester Law Center, our experienced Real Estate Attorney can help you conduct due diligence to identify potential risks and liabilities that could negatively impact your future returns before closing a deal, draft and review any necessary contracts, attorney assist in negotiating and closing the sale, and guide you through the legal process of transferring your property after a sale.
If you’re a buyer, seller, small business owner, developer, broker, or real estate agent who needs assistance with a transaction in Rochester Hills, Troy, Oakland County, or the greater Metro Detroit Area, we can help you. Contact us today at (248) 613-0007 for a free consultation with a Real Estate Attorney.
Over The Past Deade We Have Represented The Following Client Bases:
- Small Business Owners
- Investment Companies
- Individual Buyers and Sellers
- Commercial Property Owners
- Residential Property Owners
- Realtors and Brokers
- Property Management Companies
- Guardians and Conservators
- Personal Representatives and Executors
Buying & Selling Property
Contract Review & Drafting
Our Real Estate Attorneys Can Help You With:
- Commercial & Residential Transactions
- Purchase Agreement Review & Drafting
- Purchase & Sale Contracts
- Land Contracts
- Realtor and Broker Representation
- Probate Issues
- Transfer of Title and Ownership
- Title Issues
- Clear Title
- Quiet Title
- Deed Drafting
- Quitclaim Deeds
- Warranty Deeds
- Covenant Deeds
- Michigan Lady Bird Deeds
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How Can Rochester Law Center Help Me With
My Property Transactions?
Contract Review And Drafting
Our Real Estate Attorneys help our clients ensure that their contracts, purchase agreements, land contracts, deeds, and title work adhere to Michigan Law and won’t cause headaches down the line. Additionally, we address and negotiate any changes that need to be made or contingencies that need to be added in order to protect your interests in a transaction.
Uncovering or Removing Liens On A Property
Before you buy a property, you need to be sure that it is free of liens or judgements to make sure you are actually receiving what you are paying for. We can help you do this by conducting a title search that will uncover whether or not the seller needs to pay to remove a lien or has outstanding court judgement on the property. We also help negotiate any contingencies with the seller if a lien or judgement is found, and we can help remove liens, encumbrances, or other clouds on the title to the property.
Transfer of Property and Deed Filing
If a deed is not properly drafted or a property is not properly transferred, it could have unforeseen legal and tax implications for the buyer or the seller which could negatively impact the profitability of your investment. When a property is transferred using a deed, many factors come into play that can affect your ownership rights: the type of deed used, what warranties are given, where the property is located, how title is held, who the listed grantees and grantors are, how prior transfers occurred, whether a party went through a divorce etc. We advise our clients on possible legal and tax implications, help clear title, and also handle the filing at the appropriate county register of deeds.
Resolving Probate Issues
Often times, people believe that, because they were named in someone’s Will or Trust, they will be able to simply sell any property they were given. Frequently, it isn’t discovered until very near the closing of a real estate transaction that the seller does not yet have the legal authority to sell the property. This can result in a potential buyer walking away from the sale. When this happens, clients and real estate agents need to act quickly to follow the proper procedures to gain legal access to the property. We step in to draft and process the paperwork, and to follow the legal protocols to ensure that your closing can proceed smoothly. Often, this can be done in as little as 24 hours.
When buying a commercial property, the assistance of a Real Estate Attorney is extremely important. There are many contingencies and pitfalls in commercial sales that aren’t common in residential purchases. Commercial Purchasers need to be particularly wary of environmental issues, municipal zoning regulations, city ordinances, financing issues, and due diligence traps. We can also help you obtain a tax identification number, establish a business entity (LLC, Corporation, or Sole Proprietorship), structure your purchase for the best tax treatment, and register your business with the State of Michigan. These are all areas we can help you with to make sure you are compliant with the state and city regulations and to minimize your tax burden.
We Take Care Of The Legal So You Can Grow Your Investment
At Rochester Law Center, we are experienced Real Estate Attorneys who help our clients navigate legal challenges so you can focus on growing your real estate investment. Call us today at (248) 613-0007 to find out more about how we can assist you with all matters related to Real Estate Law and to get all of your questions answered.