At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, our lawyers provide sophisticated legal representation to Realtors and real estate brokers throughout Michigan. We cater our services to industry professionals who are engaged in high-end residential or commercial real estate transactions and disputes.
A Trusted Legal Resource In The Real Estate Industry For Nearly 20 Years
Under the direction of attorney T. Scott Galloway, our lawyers are known for their superior command of complex real estate laws, the ability to safeguard clients from potential legal disputes and their skill in protecting our clients when litigation is unavoidable.
Call us at 248-284-1990 to discuss your specific needs. Mr. Galloway has years of experience advising and representing real estate professionals in all aspects of business operations, property transactions and litigation matters, including:
- Business organization and operations
- Purchase and sales
- Listing agreements
- Commission contracts
- Appraisals and home inspections
- Unpaid commissions
- Purchase and sales disputes
- Broker defense
- Licensing issues
- Accusations of misrepresentation or under-representation
- Breach of contract claims
- Negligence claims
“Real estate agents and brokers work hard for their commission and in building their reputation. Sound legal advice before disputes arise and zealous advocacy when disputes become inevitable are critical to an agent’s survival and success.” — Attorney T. Scott Galloway
We Place A Special Focus On Short Sales
Realtors, brokers and title companies aren’t compensated for the labor-intensive efforts necessary to get a short sale approved. Unfortunately, banks are typically overwhelmed and understaffed in their loss mitigation and short sale departments. Securing the bank’s approval for a short sale can take several months, during which time you can be tied up for hours on the telephone instead of marketing your listings. Attorney T. Scott Galloway will work with your clients to negotiate the best short sale price possible with their mortgage holder. We are often able to get the mortgage bank to agree to terms after the homeowner has run into a brick wall.
We invite you to learn more about our short sale services for real estate brokers.