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Real Estate Law

Sarasota, Florida, Real Estate Lawyers

From residential closings to complex tax-deferred property exchanges for business or investment, the real estate attorneys of Fergeson Skipper, P.A. have the expertise and real-world experience to advise clients in high-profile, complex and routine real estate transactions. We assist:

  • Commercial and residential developers
  • Lenders and other financial institutions
  • Condominium and homeowner associations
  • Investment and vacation property owners
  • Current and first-time homeowners
  • Real estate agents

Experienced Florida Real Estate Law Team

Commercial developers, financial institutions and first-time homeowners benefit from our attorneys' depth of industry-specific knowledge and efficient, detail-oriented approach to a broad range of real estate matters:

  • Drafting and negotiating contracts for commercial and residential transactions
  • Land acquisition and construction agreements
  • Commercial and residential closings
  • Subdivision and condominium development
  • Condominium conversion
  • Drafting of commercial and residential leases
  • Title examination and issuance of title insurance
  • Construction loans, mortgage financing and revolving lines of credit
  • Zoning, land use, eminent domain and other governmental issues
  • Tax-deferred exchanges (1031 or like-kind exchanges)

For thorough legal assessment and effective planning of comprehensive real estate issues, contact the real estate team at Fergeson Skipper, P.A..

Real Estate Lawyers • Title Insurance Underwriters • Full-Service Firm

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