Texas Real Estate Lawyers
Honoring Heritage, Vision, & Results Since 1917
Real estate law incorporates a wide variety of components including protection
from creditors, landlord relationships, zoning laws and other matters.
Real estate regulations are set and enforced by both federal and state
statutes, making the navigation of the complex legal issues difficult.
What Is Real Estate Law?
Real estate is generally considered to apply to home and land ownership,
however, it incorporates much more. In addition to the structures like
buildings and homes, real estate can also include trees, bushes and mineral
compounds within or on the land. Real estate also includes rights that
accompany that land, including the right to drill beneath the surface.
Along with these complicated items comes various other components of real
Our attorneys can assist clients with many legal issues including:
- Rights to and interests in the property
- Purchases and transfers
- Rental property and landlord issues
- Renter and homeowner rights
- Property development
- Zoning designations
- Home loans and foreclosures
Complexities of Real Estate Law
Real estate law is complicated because it often involves two or more parties
and the regulations and laws not only vary from state to state, but county
to county and city to city.
Working with an experienced Texas attorney is crucial to successfully navigating
real estate legal issues. The wide variety of legal situations that fall
under the umbrella of real estate law make a wide knowledge base an indispensable
asset in this type of practice. At our firm, we have more than 98 years
of experience and legal precedent to guide our work.
With four offices located along the Interstate 35 corridor and an active
practice in courts throughout the state of Texas, we are uniquely situated
to serve the needs of clients throughout this state and beyond. Contact
us by filling out our
online form today.
at one of our four Texas locations today:
Austin - (512) 479-0300
Fort Worth - (817) 509-2025
San Antonio - (210) 731-6300
Waco - (254) 755-4100