When people think of a real estate attorney, some may think of an attorney who only handles real estate closings and some may think of an attorney who does only expansive real estate business transactions. When you retain Washington State and Texas real estate attorney Stuart Ainsley, you get the best of both worlds.
Residential Transactions with a Texas or Washington State Real Estate Attorney
Stuart handles all aspects of residential real estate transactions, including sales, purchases, leases, and loans. Often, a residential transaction will involve a short sale – a sale wherein the seller needs to sell for less than what is owed on the property. Stuart has extensive experience in working with REO properties and distressed properties. Stuart has also worked on foreclosures and real estate contract forfeitures.
Commercial transactions could be as simple as finding a property and purchasing the property or it could involve additional transactions, such as leases, loans, condominiums, permits, construction contracts, and additional business matters, depending on the type of commercial property. For example, if you buy a mall, you may have several lease transfers to negotiate within the price of the property. You may also have loan documents and title matters to negotiate along with the purchase contract. Stuart is experienced in all types of commercial transactions, from apartment buildings to retail properties to commercial condominiums.
Escrow, Loan and Title Matters
Depending on the property you intend to purchase, whether commercial or residential, you may have title matters to clear up, and loan and escrow issues. Stuart, a Washington State and Texas real estate attorney, has experience in working with all types of escrow, loan and title matters, including properties with a cloud on the title.
Development Transactions with a Texas or Washington State Real Estate Attorney
Whether you are interested in purchasing one or more properties in a development or you are a developer looking for a large parcel to subdivide, Stuart will help you with your development projects, including issues with zoning, easements, construction contracts, and utility installation; and Stuart, a Washington State and Texas real estate attorney, will advise you on your purchase of development property and all the related issues.
No matter what type of real estate transaction you need legal help with, contact Stuart, an experienced Washington State and Texas real estate attorney for legal advice regarding your transaction.