Real Estate Transactions

Real estate transactions are often the largest single investment of a person’s life involving multiple parties with varying interests. Before entering into any real estate matter, it is highly advisable to consult a real estate attorney. Whether it involves commercial, residential, farm & ranch, or development property, our attorneys have decades of experience in handling most types of real estate matters, including:

Residential, Farm & Ranch Properties

  • Builder Contracts
  • Condominium Conversions
  • Contracts for Purchase or Sale
  • Financing Documents
  • Grazing Leases
  • Leases
  • Loan Modification & Workout
  • Mineral Rights
  • Short Sales
  • Water and Wind Rights

Commercial & Development Properties

  • Condominiums
  • Construction Contracts
  • Contracts for Purchase or Sale
  • Financing Documents
  • Ground Leases
  • Shopping Center Leases

General Real Estate

  • Adverse Possession Claims
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Brokerage & Licensing
  • Closing Review
  • Commission Disputes
  • Construction Defects
  • Deeds, Notes, Deeds of Trust, and Releases
  • Easements and Roadways
  • Landlord/Tenant Issues
  • Mechanic’s & Materialman’s Liens
  • Misrepresentation/DTPA Claims

What our clients are saying

"Our Associations have received great results using the Weichert Law Firm for collection of delinquent assessments."
"Glenn Weichert has been a great asset with City development approvals."
"Attorneys and staff are approachable and familiar with all Association law."
"I'm extremely thankful for the work completed by the Weichert Law Firm."
"I was originally referred by a friend to the Weichert Law Firm. I continue to use them for my legal needs and have sent them numerous referrals."
"I have worked with Glenn to create both commercial and residential condominium regimes."
"Thank you for your compassion and professionalism."

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