A real estate attorney is equipped to prepare and review documents relating to real estate such as purchase agreements, mortgage documents, title insurance and all types of transfer documents such as warranty and quit claim deeds, land contracts and transfer on death to beneficiary deeds.
Whether you are purchasing or selling property, a real estate attorney can make sure you do not miss important details in an offer document, such as the inspection contingency or finance contingency.
A real estate attorney can help resolve disputes that frequently arise in the purchase/sale process, such as cures to defects, return of earnest money, misrepresentations regarding the property condition.
A real estate attorney understands how to properly draft land contracts and other related transfer documents and can help you avoid unpleasant and costly mistakes.
I have nearly 30 year’s of experience in an array of real estate matters ranging from drafting offers to purchase (or sell) property, to negotiating and drafting easements. We work closely with title companies, with the register of deeds offices and with the property lister’s offices in Shawano and surrounding counties to make sure that our work product is top notch. We are experienced in drafting all types real estate documents including all types of deeds, mortgage documents, notes, land contracts, declarations and bylaws for condominiums, etc. If you need legal assistance in buying or selling property, contact the Greene-Gretzinger Law Office, where knowledge and experience is available to assist you.