Protecting Individuals and Families in Real Estate Transactions
In the current real estate market, banks often try to monopolize closing transactions using internal legal services. Unfortunately, many buyers and sellers do not realize that if they do not have any personal legal representation, they can be put at risk when entering into real estate agreements. When selling or purchasing property or entering into a real estate contract, it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights and your obligations.
Experienced Contract and Real Estate Investments Lawyer
Vermont Attorney Ted Parisi provides informed, strategic advocacy focused on protecting our clients' rights and investments. We have experience ranging from the purchase or sale of a simple "mom and pop" country store to the purchase or sale of a waste hauling commercial business, including the sale of its rolling stock, its real estate and the transfer of all of its environmental permits.
Ted Parisi is a Rutland real estate attorney who will draft, review or modify contracts, take the time to assess your objectives, and ensure that you have a clear understanding of your rights and obligations involving:
- Business real estate investments
- Commercial and residential real estate contracts
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Zoning and land use
- Permits and variances
- Real estate closings
- Complex business transactions
Residential Purchase and Sale Agreements
It is said that the largest single monetary investment an ordinary person is likely to make is the purchase of a home. Our office represents parties to real estate transactions and offers a wide range of services for the homeowner, as well as the client interested in purchasing or leasing commercial property.
For a free consultation with a Castleton residential and commercial property attorney, please call 800-615-7073 or contact us by e-mail. Evening and weekend appointments are available.