Plunkett Cooney offers a complete range of legal services in the area of real estate law, including purchases, sales, leasing, land development (commercial, residential and mixed use) and the financing transactions associated with such matters.
Our real estate attorneys have extensive experience in the review of title insurance policies and regularly assist their transactional clients with investigating and resolving issues involving title and construction defects, zoning and other land use restrictions, engineering, survey and architectural requirements and environmental concerns. They prepare and review all necessary documents, including purchase and sales agreements, leases, land contracts, closing statements and loan documents, ensure the proper recording of title documents and obtain discharges of tax, construction and other liens.
Plunkett Cooney offers condominium developers, associations and owners the assistance of knowledgeable attorneys who possess extensive experience in condominium development, sales and operations, as well as the administration of related nonprofit corporations.
At Plunkett Cooney, our attorneys are always mindful that our clients' goal is to promptly complete a proposed transaction on favorable terms. Our attorneys assist clients to achieve their objective, while ensuring that their legitimate interests are protected.
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