Firm Practice Areas

Residential Real Estate

 Firm attorneys have represented developers, investors, lenders, mortgagors, realtors, landlords and tenants in all areas of residential real estate law.  Through the administration of thousands of residential purchases and refinances, loan modifications, forbearances and restructurings, and foreclosures, firm attorneys have gained a breadth of experience in all aspects of residential real estate law and the Real Estate Settlement Practices Act (“RESPA”), as well as ancillary matters such as contract law, probate, tax, corporations, trusts, condominiums, UCC secured transactions, foreclosures and bankruptcy.  In today’s heightened state and federal regulatory environment and increased underwriting scrutiny, compliance issues have become critical, and the expertise firm attorneys possess is extremely valuable.  Firm attorneys are particularly skilled at handling:

  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Mortgage Financing and Refinancing
  • New Construction
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Easements and Restrictive Covenants
  • Construction Financing
  • Boundary and Title Disputes
  • Title Insurance Claims and Quiet Title Actions
  • Licensing and Permitting
  • Wetlands and Environmental Issues
  • Mechanic’s Liens
  • Leasing and Assignments
  • Mortgage Modifications
  • Condemnation and Eminent Domain
  • Tax Abatements
  • Short Sales
  • Foreclosures