Helping you close the deal
Real estate transactions can often be complex and riddled with delays. We know how stressful and time consuming they can be. Our goal is to help you achieve an easier and more simple real estate transaction process. It shouldn’t have to be difficult to close the deal or get your real estate issue resolved, and with Reese Law Firm, we’ll do all the heavy lifting for you.
Buying or selling a home is typically the largest transactions you will make. We know the potential consequences when the process and terms aren’t clear. We can help you avoid vague or unclear terms, draft a purchase agreement, review the status of a title, and be present at the closing table with you to make sure your rights are represented.
If you have decided to buy, sell, or rent a commercial property, you need to make sure your interests are represented in the negotiation process. We can help you be confident the transaction is secure and legal, preventing unnecessary liability down the road.
Whether you represent an HOA or are an individual raising an issue with your HOA, your issue can be resolved with the help of Reese Law Firm.
Understanding the restrictions and conditions contained in a condominium’s declaration, the rules and regulations established by the association, and the powers of the association is essential for any prospective condominium buyer. We can help make sure you know what you’re buying into, and your rights, if and when an issue arises.
The best way to avoid a dispute it by being informed of your rights as either a tenant or a landlord. This can help save you money and avoid frustration. But if an issue arises, we can help guide you through the process and seek to save you money by handling it through mediation. If no solution can be found outside of court, we will be by your side representing you in court.
Whether you are on the delivery or receiving end of an eviction notice, we understand it is a difficult process to go through. If you are the one being evicted, you need to make sure your landlord is doing so in accordance with the law. If you are evicting a tenant, you must do it legally and with care. In either situation, Reese Law Firm can help guide you through the process and make sure it’s done correctly and you’re treated fairly.
Foreclosures are a big deal, especially to you. You want to make sure you are prepared for all the possible outcomes. If you are facing foreclosure because of missed mortgage payments, or just need help understanding the laws and processes that may occur in our state, Reese Law Firm can guide you through the process and help challenge or delay the foreclosure.
A real estate contract may be one of the most important legal documents you will ever sign, and we understand your desire to make sure everything is in order so you don’t face problems down the road. We will review your contract, suggest any necessary changes, and explain it clearly to you to ensure your interests are appropriately represented.
If you find yourself in a situation where the government is trying to purchase your home for public use, or there are whispers of the possibility that the government is making plans near your, we can help you prepare, determine if you can successfully challenge the claim, or make sure you receive just compensation.
Before you make plans to build or renovate your home or business, you need to know the laws affecting your property and its surroundings. Zoning laws are changing at a rapid pace and may be changed significantly multiple times. To make sure your plans are in compliance with the law, or to challenge current zoning code, contact us for guidance.
If you are involved in a dispute over an easement or boundary, either as the owner of the property on which the easement or boundary is located, or as the owner of the right to the easement or boundary, you need to know all of your options. Reese Law Firm can guide you in creating, preventing, or terminating a boundary or easement.
If you find yourself in a title dispute because of poorly maintained and unclear records, or a mutual misunderstanding with another property owner because of neglected fence lines, we can help you find out if you have a clear title and determine your boundary lines. We will also seek a settlement or defend you in court if legal action occurs because of the dispute.
We’ll do all the heavy lifting so you can close the deal