Gain Insight For Your Commercial Real Estate Needs
Real estate law can have a major influence over your property or project. Any contracts and transactions should involve thorough review and negotiation. If a dispute arises, it is also critical to reach a fair resolution that has a minimal impact on your priorities. Otherwise, you may face avoidable financial and legal costs down the line.
Our real estate lawyers at Huffman, Usem, Crawford, Greenberg & Smith P.A. are highly experienced in commercial property issues. We work with clients throughout Minnesota to address cases ranging from simple agreements to complicated litigation.
Resolve A Complex Commercial Property Matter
We can assist commercial property owners, commercial tenants, condominium associations and other parties with real estate needs such as:
- Commercial purchase agreements and lease agreements
- Title opinions, title registration, title disputes and quiet title actions
- Commercial mortgages
- Contracts for deed
- Unlawful detainer and evictions
- Construction and remodeling contracts
- Easements and boundary disputes
- Mechanic’s liens
- Foreclosure assistance
Any of these issues could involve intricate legal and real estate complications. With dual experience in business law, we understand the various challenges that you may confront. Our attorneys have the knowledge and qualifications necessary to find the right solution for your case.
Meticulous Guidance For Development And Construction
When starting a real estate development or construction project, there are numerous factors to consider. Huffman, Usem, Crawford, Greenberg & Smith regularly partners with developers for large-scale projects. Our lawyers can help you create a detailed plan for financing, logistics and more.
In addition, we support contractors and subcontractors. Our firm can help you negotiate and enforce contracts. If you encounter conflicts about payment or your contractual obligations, we will represent your interests in and out of court.
Projects that involve the government often require extra considerations. Our attorneys’ backgrounds offer a unique perspective when collaborating with government entities.