When is the right time to hire a real estate attorney? Preferably before there is a signed agreement. Unfortunately, too often buyers and sellers wish they had hired a real estate lawyer after things go sideways. This is why many states mandate that buyers and sellers of homes or commercial property hire an attorney to assist in contract and agreement preparation and review. Pennsylvania, however, is not one of those states. So, it is up to each individual to determine his or her own risk when entering into a property lease or agreement of sale. At Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark, we represent clients large and small with a firm commitment to ensuring that our clients’ interests are protected from start to finish.
Tailoring Representation to Your Needs
Does our firm have what it takes to represent your interests in a real estate matter?
You bet. Have a look and who we serve and how:
- School Districts
- Utilities / Authorities
- Property Management Firms
- Leasing Companies
- General Contractors
- Corporate Buyers / Sellers
- Residential Buyers / Sellers / Existing Homeowners
- Real Estate Agreements
- Contract Negotiation
- Deed Preparation
- Tax Reassessment Appeals
- FSBO Seller Representation
- New Construction Purchases
- Easements & Rights of Way
Dedication to Detail
Whether you are looking to sell a home in Delaware County or multi-use commercial site in Chester County, our firm has the experience and dedication to detail required for a clean closings and smooth deals. From lease and contract agreements to deed preparation and tax reassessments, our team is well versed in all facets of real estate transactions, valuations and negotiation in the Greater Philadelphia real estate marketplace.
Let Us Get it Right for You
Great real estate deals begin with opportunity and often close successfully as a result of diligence, urgency and equity. At Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark, LLP, we feel there is tremendous value in the peace of mind we deliver to our real estate clients day in and day out. We believe that well-crafted contracts exist to protect all parties fairly and dedicated representation serves to ensure agreements are enforced to the letter.
Who is representing your interests before your signature goes on the agreement of sale? And, if you’ve been taken advantage of by a seller who failed to be truthful in a seller’s disclosure or a landlord who won’t abide by a lease, who is representing your interests now? In Delaware County, Montgomery County, Chester County and Philly, nobody knows the lay of the land better than Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark, LLP. Better yet, nobody is going to outwork or outhustle the real estate attorneys and staff at MMDC in a court of law or at the negotiation table. When is the right time to hire a real estate attorney? How about right now. Call our offices today to find out what exceptional representation looks like.