Alexander Sherwood Keenan, PLLC

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Legal Services

Our real estate legal services are designed to help property owners, buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants navigate the complex legal landscape of real estate. We understand that real estate transactions and disputes can be stressful, and we are here to provide expert guidance and representation to protect your interests.

Our team has the experience and expertise to help you navigate the legal complexities of real estate and protect your interests. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you.

Real Estate Services

Property Transactions
We will assist you with the purchase, sale, and leasing of property, including drafting and reviewing contracts, conducting title searches, and handling closing procedures.

We will assist you with the process of obtaining a mortgage, including drafting and reviewing loan documents and addressing any issues that may arise.

Title Issues
We will help you resolve any disputes related to property titles, such as boundary disputes, adverse possession, and quiet title actions.

Frequently Asked Question

Real estate law deals with the legal aspects of owning, buying, selling, leasing, and managing property and land, including issues related to zoning, land use, mortgages, title disputes, property rights, and regulations.

As a property owner, you have the right to use, possess, and enjoy your property, as well as the right to lease or sell it. You also have the responsibility to pay taxes and maintain the property in a safe and habitable condition.

A mortgage is a loan that is secured by a property. The property serves as collateral for the loan and the borrower makes payments to the lender until the loan is paid off.

Title insurance is a type of insurance that protects the buyer from any unknown or undisclosed issues with the property's title. It's not mandatory, but it is a common practice to protect the buyer from financial loss.

Zoning is the process of dividing a municipality into different zones, each with its own set of regulations for land use. These regulations determine what types of buildings and activities are permitted in each zone.

Eminent domain refers to the power of the government to take private property for public use, but must pay fair compensation to the property owner.

Property disputes can be resolved through negotiation, mediation, or litigation. It's important to seek legal advice when dealing with a dispute to ensure that your rights are protected and to understand the best course of action.

A lease agreement is a legal contract between a landlord and tenant that outlines the terms of the lease, such as the length of the lease, rent amount, and any restrictions or rules. A rental agreement is a similar document but it is shorter and less formal than a lease agreement.

A landlord has the responsibility to maintain the property in a safe and habitable condition and to not discriminate against tenants. A tenant has the responsibility to pay rent on time, use the property in a reasonable way and to not cause damage to the property.

Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender takes possession of a property after the borrower has defaulted on their mortgage payments. It's important to seek legal advice if you are facing foreclosure to understand your rights and options.

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Real estate law deals with the legal aspects of owning, buying, selling, leasing, and managing property and land, including issues related to zoning, land use, mortgages, title disputes, property rights and disputes, and regulations.

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