At NNK, our experienced attorneys can help you conduct all your real estate transactions. Whether it is a commercial investment or a residential purchase, we will help review your purchase or sale contracts to make sure you understand your rights.
At NNK, we can review your contracts; help you make decisions regarding prime real estate, handle disputes arising out of real estate transactions and help with closing. Real Estate Law is complex so it is important to hire an experienced attorney to protect your rights. Call today for a free initial consultation at 972-939-4878.
Areas of Expertise
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- Residential Real Estate Transactions
- Contract Negotiations & Review
- Broker Disputes
Commercial Real Estate Transactions
At NNK, we can advise or represent you in cases of contract disputes regarding commercial real estates. Our attorneys are also trained in reviewing deeds, liens and foreclosure liens. If you are a fractional owner in a commercial property and wish to sell your interest, we can help.
Buying and selling real estate can be a complicated procedure. NNK Legal Group provides the legal advice and experience that helps buyers and sellers learn of their rights and protect their interests. At NNK, we will review contracts and leases for all types of commercial properties. We can assist you with a sale or purchase by providing you with all the necessary information regarding the financial and legal repercussions of the transaction.
Residential Real Estate Transactions
Buying and selling a home or residential real estate can be a happy time for you and your family. It is important to make sure your rights are being protected in these types of transactions, as there can be negative consequences if the real estate transaction goes wrong.
At NNK, we will help you draw up contracts whether you are the buyer or seller. We can also provide legal advice and/or represent you in cases involving breach of contract, foreclosure, liens, title issues and or misrepresentations regarding property. Our attorneys believe in handling cases as quickly and efficiently as possible, if you have any concerns regarding a current, potential or future residential real estate transaction, call NNK Legal Group today for a free initial consultation at 972-939-4878.
Contract Negotiations & Review
Whether you are in the process of negotiating a contract for a piece of commercial property or residential property, we can help. At NNK, we work with all budgets and all types of property. Our experienced attorneys will help you ensure that your contract represents exactly what you want out of the deal. We can help negotiate with the other party by adding or removing clauses depending on your desires. Our attorneys will also make sure that you understand every term in the contract to ensure that you are not being taken advantage of in any way.
Additionally, our attorneys can review a contract you have already signed to help you determine your interests. Whether you have a specific concern or want a general second opinion, we can help.
Either seller or buyer can hire a real estate broker. When a seller hires a real estate broker, the broker helps find potential buyers for the seller’s property. The broker and seller will typically sign a listing agreement before the broker starts looking for buyers. The standard agreement generally states that the broker will actively seek buyers, and the seller will pay the broker a commission upon sale of the property.
When a buyer hires a real estate broker, it is usually to locate a property that fits the buyer’s wishes. Once the broker finds a property that the buyer would like to purchase, and if the buyer actually purchases it, the broker is entitled to a commission.
Real estate brokers have certain obligations and responsibilities. They must be licensed to be brokers and have to follow strict guidelines when conducting their work. If you have a dispute involved in a dispute with your real estate broker, we can help. At NNK, we can help you resolve disputes with your broker regarding: commissions and fees, potential misrepresentations made by the broker and/or any other concern that you may have. Call NNK today for a free initial consultation where an attorney will listen to your story and assess your particular situation.
The closing refers to the final part of the sale between the seller and buyer, in which all the remaining documents of the sale are signed. Generally, closing entails transferring the deed to the property from the seller to the buyer and thus, giving buyer full rights and access to the property. There are other formalities that the final contracts take care of such as title insurance, taxes and other miscellaneous expenses.
At NNK, we can assist you through this process with our comprehensive checklist to ensure that you have not missed anything that could negatively interfere with the sale or purchase of your property. Our experienced attorneys will diligently review the closing documents and guide you through the final steps of your real estate transaction.