Real Estate Law
Chapp Law Firm, PC - Greater Detroit Real Estate Lawyers
Southeast Michigan Commercial Lease Attorney
The Metro Detroit real property attorneys of Chapp Law Firm, PC can help your business or family with any commercial or residential real estate transaction or problem. Contact a knowledgeable Southeast Michigan commercial real estate lawyer at any of our six Tri-County offices, and find out what we can do for you.
Our experience with Michigan real property law ensures that you'll receive reliable and authoritative advice no matter what your real estate question might involve. We can help you with tax liens, Construction Liens, title defects, escrow accounts, environmental and land use issues, code requirements, and problems relating to plats, surveys, and subdivisions.
Whether you're a buyer, a builder, a developer, or an owner, the Detroit real estate lawyers at Chapp Law Firm, PC can help you over the hurdles to closing. We represent clients with the following:
- Purchase Agreements
- Title and Boundary Disputes, Quiet Title Actions
- Condominium and Homeowners' Associations
- Land Use and Zoning Issues
- Escrow and Closing
- Foreclosures and Financial Workouts
- Special Assessments
- Plats and Surveys
- Construction Liens and Contracts
- Commercial Lease Agreements
We have considerable experience with all aspects of the tax lien and Michigan construction lien processes. We can help you if you need a construction lien enforced or if you're a seller who needs to deliver an unblemished title.
Our Detroit real property lawyers can also help with troubled transactions involving claims for specific performance or breach of warranty, financing problems, or difficulties with adjustable rate mortgages and balloon payments.
Contact an experienced Greater Detroit real estate lawyer at any of our six Tri-County Area offices with your next commercial or residential real estate project.
The Metro Detroit real estate lawyers at Chapp Law Firm, PC, help clients with commercial and residential real estate issues, including commercial leases, foreclosures and workouts, selling or buying a home, zoning, quiet title actions, building contracts, refinancing and mortgage closings, and construction liens in Oakland County, Macomb County, and Wayne County.