Real Estate

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No matter what side of the deal you’re on—SeilerSchindel is on your side with every possible real estate expertise you could require. Here’s a listing of our real estate intellectual properties: consultation, negotiation, document drafting, regulatory compliance, litigation and anything you need when buying, selling or leasing. (Hang sold sign here.)

Leases

SeilerSchindel attorneys represent both landlords and tenants in drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements to lease real estate.  Providing clear expectations in the parties’ agreements reduces the risk of default and increases the likelihood of a successful landlord/tenant relationship.

Options

Drafting current contracts for a future right to buy, sell or lease requires special care to ensure enforceability.  When parties want to secure an agreement for the future purchase, sale or lease, the attorneys of SeilerSchindel are there to assist.

Permitting / Zoning / Licensing

Your proposed use of real estate may require special permission or dispensation from a governmental authority.  When that is the case, the attorneys at SeilerSchindel are here to assist you with the application process, including appearing before the local zoning authority.


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