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Louisville Attorneys For Real Estate Matters

The amount of due diligence required for a commercial real estate transaction is far greater than is needed for a residential transaction. At Tilford Dobbins & Schmidt, PLLC, our lawyers are here to protect your financial interests and ensure that you get everything you think you are getting out of the transaction. We also handle commercial real estate litigation.

Our law office is in Louisville and we represent commercial real estate buyers, sellers, developers and lenders. Call 502-513-0600 to discuss your real estate matter with a lawyer.

Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Here are just a few of the types of real estate services our attorneys handle:

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating purchase agreements
  • Obtaining financing
  • Conducting title searches and reviews
  • Structuring section 1031 exchanges
  • Forming of limited liability companies to own real estate
  • Conducting commercial real estate closings
  • Drafting and negotiating commercial leases and options to buy
  • Advising companies that acquire and develop property for commercial, residential, multiuse and industrial projects
  • Representing property owners before local land use and zoning boards
  • Obtaining municipal, state and federal government approvals
  • Advising local governments and developers of municipal and private redevelopment projects
  • Advising property owners concerning environmental liability and related governmental regulation and remediation
  • Obtaining wetlands, coastal and historic site approvals
  • Representing lenders and property owners in foreclosures and loan workouts
  • Obtaining tax credits for low-income housing, historic rehabilitation and new market development

Commercial Real Estate Disputes

When disputes arise over real estate, the stakes can be extremely high. Our clients rely on our proven litigation skills to advocate for them. We deftly resolve an array of matters, including:

  • Disputes over real estate purchase contracts and escrow deposits
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Actions for specific performance
  • Quiet title actions
  • Partition actions
  • Title insurance claims and disputes
  • Disputes regarding the validity and priority of liens
  • Mechanic’s lien claims
  • Contractor negligence
  • Easement disputes
  • Disputes with local planning and zoning boards
  • Defense of slip-and-fall and other liability claims

Our knowledge of everything that can go wrong in a real estate transaction helps us protect your interests when you are buying or selling commercial property.

For More Information About Real Estate Law

To discuss your real estate issue with an attorney at Tilford Dobbins & Schmidt, PLLC, call 502-513-0600 or complete our contact form.