Kalamazoo Real Estate Lawyers
Commercial Real Estate Attorneys in Michigan
Buying or selling real estate can be complicated. Whether you are dealing with residential or commercial property, you want to be sure the transaction goes smoothly. Additionally, when handling a real estate issue, such as a boundary dispute, or enforcement of a restrictive covenant, you want to make sure all your documentation and records are in order and managed correctly. In Kalamazoo, our real estate lawyers have 115+ years of combined experience dealing with a comprehensive range of real estate law issues in Michigan.
Levine & Levine is conveniently located in Kalamazoo and we provide services in Southwest Michigan including the following counties:
- St. Joseph
- Van Buren
When to Get a Real Estate Lawyer Involved
Investing in real estate can be rewarding. Additionally, if you own property, it is likely one of your largest assets. You want to make sure every aspect of your real estate transaction or property development project adheres to the law. Careful property management can help ensure that there are no surprises and that your investment is protected in the long term. Whether you need help drafting lease documents, want professional guidance when purchasing a new property, or need help with a boundary dispute, an experienced real estate attorney is invaluable.
Our attorneys have experience handling all types of real estate concerns, including:
- Commercial sales and leasing
- Residential sales and leasing
- Housing development projects
- Planned unit development planning (PUD)
- Zoning issues
- Easement, Licenses
- Boundary disputes
- Adverse Possession
- Property management issues
- Property tax issues
- Real estate contract review and negotiations
- Lease violations
- Foreclosures and forfeitures
- Homeowner's Associations
- Restrictive Covenants
Real Estate Boundary Disputes
Boundary disputes are some of the most common legal problems people face. While things may look cut and dry on paper, they are not always so easy in practice. It is remarkably common for property lines to be mismarked because of errors when surveying. There are also often problems related to handshake deals done long in the past between previous owners that were never legally ratified. No one is immune to boundary disputes, commercial or residential.
Often, property owners don't even realize this has happened until they embark on a construction project on their property. For example, when building an addition on your property, a neighbor may take issue, believing that you are encroaching on what they think is their land. Conversely, you may move to a new property and discover that a neighbor has coopted land that rightfully belongs to you.
Other real estate disputes may arise over:
- Error in deeds
- Covenant disputes
- Right of way disputes
Dealing with real estate disputes can be frustrating, and negotiations can quickly go awry. When things can't be resolved amicably, the only solution is to take your matter to court. Before you even get to that point, you need to seek legal representation. Our real estate law attorneys in Kalamazoo have a success rate in boundary dispute cases. We are also highly experienced litigators who are not afraid to take your case to court.
We Are Experienced in Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Commercial property transactions are often more complicated than residential ones. In addition to larger spaces, they frequently involve larger sums of money. When investing in commercial real estate, you need to retain the services of a skilled commercial real estate lawyer, like ours at Levine & Levine. In addition to helping you draft airtight purchase and lease agreements, an aggressive attorney can provide you with comprehensive real estate law services to empower you to manage and protect your property proactively.
Our commercial real estate services include:
- Acquisition and sales
- Contract negotiations
- Construction contracts
- Limited liability companies
- Environmental compliance issues
- Boundary disputes
If you are buying, selling, or developing a commercial property, our Kalamazoo real estate law attorneys are prepared to help. With decades of experience behind us, we are highly qualified and can handle any commercial real estate transaction. Should your real estate matter go to court, our litigators are prepared to fight aggressively for your rights.
To discuss your needs with a professional real estate attorney, call our law firm at (269) 218-8880.