Residential & Commercial Real Estate
- Buy-Sell Agreements • Sales • Purchasess • Title Insurance • Real Estate Closing • Real Estate Partitions • Foreclosures • Zoning & Variances • Loan Transactions • Drafting Covenants & Restrictions on Land Use • Obtaining Governmental Approvals • Environmental Regulatory Compliance • Economic Development Incentives • Tax Credits and Abatement
Purchasing real estate is typically the largest investment most people undertake in a lifetime. Whether you are buying land, a house, a condominium, or commercial property, an attorney experienced in real estate law is vital to ensure all the legalities are covered and that you have a worry free transaction the day of your purchase and are protected in the future. At the Old Saybrook law firm of Cloutier & Cassella, we assist clients with all aspects of residential and commercial real estate purchase negotiation, analysis, document preparation, and legal counsel. Our clients range from individuals and families buying and selling homes, to entrepreneurs and developers involved in a variety of enterprises from residential subdivisions to industrial developments.
Our real estate lawyers will carefully review all aspects of your purchase or sale. We research and verify the title to the property you are purchasing, investigate covenants and restrictions for land use and other zoning or deed restrictions before your final closing. Additionally, we ensure that purchase and sale agreements and your loan documents are accurate.
When buying or selling real estate, considerable financial sums are typically involved. Therefore, it is prudent to place your real estate purchase transaction in the hands of a trusted attorney who will cover all the legal bases, protect your best interests, and help you avoid disputes and possible litigation down the road. Please contact any of our attorneys or Anita, our real estate paralegal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you need legal advice and guidance concerning your real estate purchases, call our law firm.