Real Estate Law
The real estate lawyers that work for us here at LaFountain & Wollman P.C. provide valuable real estate services. Our real estate law firm handles every aspect of the transaction. This includes various requirements related to commercial deals. Our ability to handle a variety of real estate litigation allows us to customize a solution based on your specific needs. From taxes, loans, and title transfer, to closing and more, we have you covered. So give us a call at (617) 926-8944 to schedule a consultation today. Or, if you prefer, you can always stop by and see us at 507 Mt. Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472.
The Local Real Estate Law Experts
Home closing and other transactions often require specific types of skills to complete. This includes maintaining compliance with various zoning ordinances. Navigating various aspects of the property closing process can be challenging. But, we’re here to help. You can always ask our experienced real estate lawyers for details about the process. We dedicate ourselves to providing accurate and timely services to every client.
Our Real Estate Law Services
Residential Buyer Representation
The Residential Buyer/Tenant Representation Agreement (TAR Form 1501) is an legally binding agreement that is used by real estate agents to form a contractual relationship between an agent and a client.
Residential Seller Representation
In addition to representing residential buyers, our firm also represents residential sellers in accordance with The Residential Seller/Tenant Representation agreement.
Commercial Buyer & Seller Representation
Our professoinal legal representatives are here to help commercial property buyers and sellers with their Seller/Buyer/Tenant agreements and contracts.
Our team of highly experienced and recommended real estate lawyers can even represent agreements between residential/commercial lenders.
Real Estate Litigation
Real estate law is very specific and targeted towards the needs of this area. For example, the laws that affect this area include the leasing or ownership arrangements. These laws can be unique to the local area, so it is important to make sure that you have the necessary home closing documents. The process of property closing can be complex. There are intricate details that must be observed before the transaction can close. This prevents problems from occurring in the future. It also allows you to move onto more important affairs without any unnecessary delays.
Get In Touch With our Real Estate Lawyers Today
Whether you need representation for commercial or residential property, please contact our lawyers at 617-926-8944 or email@example.com to schedule a free consultation.