Real Estate Law

At Minneapolis Bankruptcy Lawyer, we represent developers, investors, lenders, and business owners in the acquisition, development, financing, sale and leasing of real estate. We can protect you in both routine and complex transactions and disputes. Look to us for responsive, flexible, practical support in all areas of real estate law.

Our team of real estate law experts handle contract for deed issues for purchasers, sellers and investors, including negotiation and preparation of purchase agreements, representation at closings, conducting of closings, amendment and extension issues, cancellation issues, federal and state tax lien issues, bankruptcy issues, eviction issues and title correction issues. Our firm has represented contract for deed holders in canceling hundreds of contracts for deed, including related ancillary services such as bankruptcy court "lift-stay" motions, tax lien issues, unlawful detainer (or eviction) actions and Torrens Proceedings Subsequent following the cancellations.

If you would like to contact us about our Real Estate Attorneys you can fill out our "Request Consultation" form or call us at (763) 249-0888

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Real Estate Law Experience & Expertise

Guidelines for use of Mechanics Liens

Mechanic's lien statutes in Minnesota offer a valuable remedy for contractors, subs and suppliers in cases of payment disputes. It is important to follow the guidelines set forth in the statute to successfully preserve the rights provided by mechanic’s liens....more

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Recent Real Estate Law Articles

MN State settles with B of A and CWMC Feb 22, 2010

The State of Minnesota has settled a class action law suit against Bank of America and Countrywide Home Mortgage Corporation and you may be entitled to a portion of the settlement. To find our read the notice from the Minnesota Attorney General below and call 651-296-3353 to speak with a settlement specialis...more

A Note to Homeowners Dec 31, 2009

Facing foreclosure? Scammers are targeting people having trouble paying their mortgages. Some claim to be able to “rescue” homeowners from foreclosures....more

Real Estate Articles Dec 31, 2009