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Real Estate Transactions

Real estate transactions can be very complicated, and without the proper counsel it can lead to avoidable mistakes. Preventing problems before they occur can save you expensive attorneys’ fees down the line. Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer PLLC can walk you through the most complicated or most routine matter. We can tailor representation just for you, whether it is for a commercial or residential project, reviewing purchase agreements, helping with zoning variances and evictions, or any of the many other issues that may arise in real estate transactions.

Reviewing Purchase Agreements.

Buying real estate is the biggest investment many people will make. Retaining an attorney to review the documents which secure your interest in the property is a minimal expense, and can be quite necessary for your long term security. With our help you can go into a closing with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your agreement is exactly as you believe it to be, and that there are no hidden costs or requirements associated with your purchase. Even some boilerplate agreements may contain language that is not in your best interest. It is always wise to get advice of counsel before signing a purchase agreement.

Zoning Variances:

The attorneys at Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer PLLC are experienced in advocating for variances in zoning restrictions. If you or your business desires to obtain a zoning variance, please contact us to develop a thorough plan before submitting a variance request.

We have represented clients with a wide array of real estate issues, and can assist you in the following:

  • Real estate closings

  • Real estate contracts

  • Land use and zoning issues

  • Leases

  • Land contracts

  • Landlord/tenant disputes

  • Real estate document review

  • Purchase offers

  • Title and boundary line disputes

  • Property encroachment disputes

  • Evictions

The only manner in which a Michigan landlord can legally evict a tenant is by following the Michigan eviction process. Michigan courts permit judicial eviction only after the requisite notice is provided. A landlord seeking redress will need to prove nonpayment of rent, breach of lease, termination of the tenancy, or health hazard caused by the tenant. Should the tenant fail to comply, the landlord must file and serve a Summons and Complaint for Eviction. We have a long track record of getting great results for our clients with eviction cases.


Real Estate Transactions


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