If you need experienced and reliable advice about any residential real estate question, contact the Royal Oak residential real estate attorneys at Galloway and Collens, PLLC. Our clients include homeowners, property management companies, tenants, contractors and others involved in residential real estate matters. Our breadth of experience and attention to the details of your transaction or legal problem can help minimize both stress and expense.
Southeast Michigan Residential Real Property Transactions
We represent sellers and buyers, landlords and tenants, in any sale or lease of residential property. Our services include the drafting of purchase agreements, the negotiation or renegotiation of leases, and the preparation of land contracts. We also can help you with questions concerning title insurance and clearing up defects in title. If a problem arises in your transaction between the purchase agreement or rental application and closing or occupancy, we can offer creative and cost-effective solutions that meet the needs of your unique situation.
If your situation can't be resolved through negotiation, the experienced Southfield trial lawyers of Galloway and Collens, PLLC, are always prepared to take your case to court. Our thorough knowledge of Michigan real estate law, together with our highly effective trial techniques, can make the decisive difference for you in lawsuits involving breach of contract, specific performance, breach of warranty, fraudulent misrepresentation or other problems that can arise out of residential real estate transactions.
Contractor Disputes — Michigan Construction Liens
The Macomb County residential real estate attorneys at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, also handle issues that occur after the purchase or lease of a home or rental property. We represent building and repair contractors on the filing and enforcement of construction liens, as well as homeowners in remodeling and repair disputes. Our professional approach to real estate cases has proved valuable to our clients, and has won us the respect of southeast Michigan judges and attorneys.
We also provide highly effective representation in lawsuits involving title disputes, such as boundary and easement claims (including overburdened easements), and actions to quiet title.
Sometimes problems with code violations, special assessments or zoning restrictions can put a homeowner into conflict with local government. Macomb County residential real estate attorney T. Scott Galloway is a member of the Ferndale City Council and the Ferndale Plan Commission, and has served on the Board of Zoning Appeals. His experience with local government and perspective on land use questions can represent a significant advantage to our clients with nonconforming structures or who need a zoning variance for a new addition or extensive remodeling.
Contact Our Real Estate Law Firm
Whether you're a homeowner, property manager, building contractor or tenant, you can benefit from our experience and advice regarding any residential real estate problem. For a consultation about our services, contact the Southfield-Royal Oak residential real property lawyers at Galloway and Collens, PLLC.
Serving The Detroit Metro Area
The Macomb County residential real estate attorneys at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, represent buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, property managers, builders, contractors and decedent's estates in transactions of all kinds, including litigation involving purchase agreements, construction liens, residential leases, easements, title disputes and breach of warranty. Our Oakland County, Michigan, real estate lawyers serve clients in southeast Michigan, including Auburn Hills, Brighton, Farmington Hills, Mount Clemons, Novi, Pontiac, Royal Oak, Shelby Township, Sterling Heights, Troy, Warren and Waterford.