Buying and selling real estate, negotiating property land sale contacts and leases, and understanding items like purchase contracts, easements, zoning and property rights can be overwhelming. A real estate attorney can prove to save you valuable time and money.
When you need a real estate attorney, turn to at Thomson Law. We’ve been serving clients in the in Clermont and the surrounding counties through the last 4 decades. If you’re looking to buy or sell a residential property, purchase land to expand your operations, negotiate a lease contract on a commercial space or have issues with a lien on your property, you can count on Thomson Law to protect your interests.
Thomson Law’s sister company, TechneTitle Agency, is one of the largest title companies in the greater Cincinnati area. From the drafting of a contract for sale through the release of sale proceeds, this close relationship facilitates fluid communication and seamless transition, which has proven to be invaluable for out real estate clients. We provide home buyers and sellers, real estate developers, lending institutions, landlords, tenants, entrepreneurs and investors with a one-stop solution to get the deal closed.
Determining If You Need A Real Estate Lawyer
A real estate lawyer knows the rules and regulations related to real estate transactions, and can help communicate them in an easy to understand way. In cases where clients choose to sell their home as a for sale by owner, or clients choose to buy a home without representation, out real estate attorneys will review the contacts and purchase agreements and communicate it to you in a concise and easy to understand manner.
Our goal is to ensure you are comfortable with the transaction and that the transaction will be binding and lawful, including appropriate lien and title search.
Call Thomson Law today at 513-831-3373 with your real estate law questions or click below to schedule a consultation. Our office is located off US 50 in Milford OH, and we serve all of Hamilton, Clermont County and Surrounding Counties.