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Real Estate Lawyer in Minneapolis-Saint Paul

Real Estate

Real estate law can be extremely complex. It involves not only the buying and selling of property, but also the creation of documents, the negotiation of agreements, the acquisition of financing from proper institutions, and a host of other actions. Of course, when disputes arise, it also includes the mediation or litigation of these issues.

In any real estate transaction or related matter, it is in your best interest to secure the services of a real estate lawyer in Minneapolis-Saint Paul. Charles R. Segal and Barry Rosenzweig at the Rosenzweig Law Office can handle your real estate matters and provide you with representation in any disputes. The following includes a list of services that we offer.

Buying or Selling a Home

If you are considering buying or selling a home, we can do the following.

  • Draft the necessary documents
  • Conduct a title search
  • Interact with the insurer
  • Ensure all proper measures are taken in order to protect your rights in the process

For Sale By Owner Assistance (FSBO)

There is no need to utilize the services of a realtor if you wish to sell your home independently. We can offer you assistance to make sure that you are protecting your own interests.

Lease Agreements

A lease agreement describes the responsibilities of both a tenant and landlord before the lease term begins. We will examine the lease agreement to make sure it is fair and contains no hidden language.

Eviction

A landlord has the right to evict a tenant who breaches a lease agreement. Our attorneys can represent you in order to reacquire your property.

Purchase Agreements

Purchase agreements often contain a variety of unfamiliar yet important language. We can decipher this agreement for you before you purchase or sell your real estate.

Disputes

Real estate disputes may arise over a variety of matters.

  • Possession
  • Boundaries or partitions
  • Liens
  • Foreclosure actions

We will offer our representation to achieve the outcome that you desire.

Title Problems

Before a piece of property can be transferred, the title must be free and clear of claims. We can conduct a title search, and handle any disputes that arise over multiple claims to the property in question.

Easement Agreements

An easement agreement allows you to transfer or obtain the use of a piece of land without an actual sale. Drafting an easement agreement can be performed quickly and efficiently with the help of a real estate attorney in Minneapolis-Saint Paul from our firm.

Arbitration

Many real estate contracts mandate the use of arbitration, whereby attorneys represent each party. The arbitrator's decision may be binding in these matters, so seek an attorney's help for representation.

Mediation

Mediation is a non-confrontational process wherein parties can resolve their disputes with the help of a neutral, third-party mediator. One of our attorneys can advise you in the dispute as you work toward a favorable resolution to which all parties can agree.

Contract for Deeds

A contract for deed is an alternative financing option by which the seller, instead of a bank or financial institution, provides the financing for the property. We will help ensure that all necessary documentation and paperwork is drafted correctly in order to pursue this method.

Lease to Own

A lease- or rent-to-own contract allows the renter the option to purchase the real estate after a set period of time. Because these contracts require a high degree of clarity, you should contact a real estate lawyer in Minneapolis-Saint Paul before beginning.

Contact Us Today for Help

Those looking to purchase or sell property, or handle any other real estate issue or dispute that surfaces, should contact a real estate attorney in Minneapolis-Saint Paul immediately. Charles R. Segal and Barry Rosenzweig of the Rosenzweig Law Office are prepared to represent you in your real estate matter. Call our office today at 800-619-8991 to discuss the specifics of your case.