Faupel Law: Your Michigan Real Estate Attorneys

Faupel Law: Your Michigan Real Estate Attorneys

Real estate refers to purchases, sales, leases, condemnation proceedings, rezoning petitions and appeals (as well as other “land use planning” issues), closings, mortgages, foreclosures, land contracts, riparian rights, nuisance cases, trespass cases, landlord/tenant proceedings, and the like.

Faupel Law can prepare and/or review offers to purchase or sell, financing documents, leases, and other real estate documents. The firm can represent you in legal proceedings relating to leases, boundary disputes, neighbor disputes, litigation involving easements, adverse possession, and other proceedings involving real estate.

Real estate is often the most valuable asset a person owns, and property can have additional value because it has been “in the family” or years or is someone’s “home.” Protect your rights by seeking legal advice from a firm with considerable experience in all matters relating to real estate. We are happy to work with individuals and businesses with simple and complex real estate matters throughout Michigan from our Ann Arbor offices.

Michigan Real Estate Services

The real estate attorneys of Faupel Law have years of experience handling such real estate issues including:

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Purchase agreements
  • Buy / sell agreements
  • Land use issues
  • Zoning variances
  • Neighborhood disputes
  • Property easements
  • Commercial leasing
  • Posting and execution of foreclosures
  • Landlord / tenant law
  • For sale by owner (FSBO)
  • Realtor / customer disputes
  • Contracts
  • Civil mediation
  • Clearing Title

Even the most basic real estate transaction can require extensive documentation. Our team of real estate lawyers helps draft, negotiate and review real estate contracts. We advise property owners on zoning and land issues. We help resolve landlord / tenant matters such as collection of unpaid rent and eviction defense. We can assist in foreclosing on a property.

Through civil mediation or litigation, we help resolve disputes between landowners and realtor and customers. One of the most common disputes involves conditional land use and issues stemming from property easements.

For more information about our real estate practice, contact us Ann Arbor by calling 734.677.0776 or contact Faupel Law online or via e-mail.

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About Marian

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The road to becoming an attorney (especially one who handles many family law cases) has been a true journey for me. I grew up in Highland Park, MI—which, back then, was a tree-lined city with the first community college in Michigan and a very progr… Read More

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