Real Estate Law
Protect your real estate investment.
There are a lot of things to consider when making a large real estate purchase. This is why it is extremely important to make sure all of your i’s are dotted and t’s are crossed. Our real estate attorneys in Lafayette, Indiana have experience working with simple and complex land transactions and disputes in and around Tippecanoe County.
Whether you’re facing a border dispute, ownership discrepancy, or zoning regulations, having experienced legal representation on your side can make a difference.
We’ve been helping people with real estate law matters for decades and can assist with many simple and complex real estate transactions, including tax-deferred exchanges.
Our skilled real estate law attorneys can assist with:
Looking to build a new building or having issues with your neighbor trying to build on your property line? Our attorneys can assist in resolving boundary, construction, and other property nuisance disputes.
Buying or selling property is a big decision, so it’s important to take steps to make sure you’re protected. Our attorneys will work with you throughout the entire process.
We work with many realtors and other law firms due to our real estate experience and reputation. We offer prompt service for time-sensitive real estate deals.
We help builders, investors, real estate agents, municipalities, and developers protect potential investments and comply with regulatory standards.
Our real estate law attorneys understand the time-sensitive requirements of tax deferred exchanges. We’ll work with your realtor, accountant, and financial institution to ensure you can legally receive these tax benefits.
We're have decades of real estate law experience.
Commonly Asked Questions
A warranty deed offers the buyer certain guarantees from the seller. These include a clean title and that the property is free of easements and liens.
Quitclaim deeds are used when a property is acquired in a non-traditional way. This includes inheritance, trusts, or settlements.
A land contract allows a property to be “sold” with the finances remaining between the buyer and seller. The buyer makes the payments to the seller rather than the bank. The tradeoff is that you don’t have your name on the title until the property is paid off.