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Real Estate

Nebraska Real Estate Lawyers

The real estate attorneys of Berkshire & Burmeister handle both commercial and residential real estate transactions in Nebraska and western Iowa. Our real estate services include all aspects of real estate law from purchases, sales, and finances or real estate transactions to negotiations, resolving real estate disputes and title matters. Berkshire & Burmeister looks forward to assisting you with any matter related to real estate or real estate law.

Real Estate Contracts and Disputes

Purchasing real estate is typically one of the largest financial investments an individual makes during their lifetime. The legal issues that you might face as you negotiate a purchase agreement and move through the process of closing the real estate transaction could be diverse. Real estate laws are complicated. Whether you are investing in residential real estate or commercial real estate, you need a Nebraska real estate attorney who understands the laws that govern real property and works to protect your legal rights and best interests during every phase of a real estate transaction.

If you are a seller, you also need an experienced real estate attorney in Nebraska and western Iowa who ensures that your interests are protected throughout the transaction. An error in a real estate contract or an issue that is overlooked can result in the loss of thousands of dollars. Our real estate attorneys in Iowa and Nebraska are detail-oriented. We review each detail of the real estate transaction carefully to ensure that your interests are protected, and nothing is missed or incorrect.

Full Service Real Estate Law Firm in Nebraska and Iowa Real Estate

The legal team of Berkshire & Burmeister provides full real estate services for our residential and commercial clients. Our real estate team regularly handles all matters related to real estate law and real property transactions, including but not limited to:

  • Residential Real Estate Closings
  • Commercial Real Estate Closings
  • Title Searches and Title Opinions
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Easements and Rights of Way
  • Residential and Commercial Leases and Rental Agreements
  • Real Estate Commission Disputes
  • Tenant/Landlord Contracts and Disputes
  • Short Sales, Loan Modifications, and Lien Claims
  • Evictions and Foreclosures
  • New Development Projects
  • Restrictions, Homeowners’ Associations, and Protective Covenants
  • Title Insurance Matters and Disputes
  • Disputes with Financial Institutions

Whether you are leasing, selling, purchasing, or simply own property, our Nebraska real estate lawyers can provide the guidance and legal counsel you need throughout each step of your real estate transactions. We have experience litigating real estate matters, including real property of all sizes, types, and values. You can trust that you will be receiving the full support of our extensive legal team and resources when you retain Berkshire & Burmeister to handle your real estate matters.

Assisting Clients in Nebraska and Western Iowa

At Berkshire & Burmeister, our Nebraska real estate lawyers help clients protect their financial investments in real property. We utilize mediation and arbitration whenever possible to resolve real estate issues to save our clients time and money. However, we are also aggressive and practiced trial litigators who do not shy away from taking a matter to court if litigation is the best way to achieve the outcome our client desires.

No matter what real estate situation you may need assistance with, you can trust the real estate team at Berkshire & Burmeister to provide you with exceptional legal counsel and customer service.

Contact the Law Firm of Berkshire & Burmeister by calling 402-827-7000 to schedule a consultation with one of our Nebraska real estate lawyers.

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