The James H. Gilbert Law Group can advise you on a wide variety of legal issues involving the development, construction, purchase, leasing, management, financing, loan restructuring, and sale of commercial and residential real property of all kinds.  We can help you negotiate and draft a purchase agreement and ancillary documents for your real estate transaction and help your deal close in a timely and professional manner.  We have extensive experience advocating before cities, counties and other governmental agencies regarding land use issues and regulations.  Our attorneys can help guide you through just about any real estate project or challenge you are currently facing, including:

  • Negotiating and drafting documents for purchase and sale of real estate
  • Seeking variances and conditional use permits
  • Applying for land subdivisions and combinations
  • Seeking land use and zoning approvals and appeals
  • Enforcing lake access rights and riparian rights
  • Negotiating financing documents for real estate
  • Review, negotiating and drafting commercial leases
  • Land development
  • Drafting deeds, notes, mortgages and other documents related to conveying real estate
  • Drafting and negotiating easement and restrictive covenants
  • Resolving boundary disputes
  • Drafting contracts for deed
  • Reviewing title and resolving title defects
  • Assistance with condemnation, eminent domain special assessments, and property tax appeals
  • Homeowners and condominium association governance
  • Loan workouts
  • Issues related to plats, land dedication, and access rights
  • Enforcement of property interests

If you would like to speak to one of our Eden Prairie attorneys regarding your real estate issue, please contact us today for a free consultation.  You can either call us at 952-767-0167 or fill out the form below.

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