No industry tops real estate for the complexity of its transactions. Whether you are engaged in the sale of a home or a business space, or are negotiating the lease or development of commercial space, you know that sloppy transactions lead to costly delays and busted deals. The solution to these transactional issues is to work with a real estate law group committed to smooth, error-free transactions.
Gottschlich & Portune, LLP, has been serving Dayton businesses and individuals for years. We know that one thing matters in real estate law: results. We work hard to be the firm that makes things happen, the way buyers, sellers, borrowers, lenders and developers need them to happen.
Real Estate Transactions From Beginning To End
We engage in every aspect of real estate transactions:
- Negotiating the purchase contract
- Alerting clients to important dates
- Reviewing survey and title insurance commitment
- Attending to restrictive covenants, fraudulent transfers, quiet titles, boundary issues, easements and encumbrances relating to the property
- Documenting the deal
- Monitoring closings and project completions
Our goal is ensuring that your interests are protected and that you feel comfortable with the entire process. You will be able to trust that everything has been done correctly.
Ongoing Real Estate Services
In addition to real estate transactions, we help with a number of real estate issues that come up during business operations:
- Nuisance and trespass issues
- Commercial landlord-tenant disputes
- Complex construction litigation and arbitration
Real estate services do not come to an end once a property has been purchased. More often than not, that is when issues truly begin. Rest assured that our knowledge will be available to you at every stage.
Successful Real Estate Representation For The Greater Dayton, Ohio, Area
Our commitment is always to our clients. This means listening, responding promptly to their concerns, and above all, ensuring that deals go through under terms acceptable to you. Mistakes cost money. Our job is to identify and correct errors, omissions and ambiguities early on so they do not cause expensive surprises later.