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If you're looking for a reputable real estate lawyer, Minneapolis and the general suburban area offer you dozens of qualified professionals to choose from. How are you ever supposed to decide? Bar admittances, years of licensure, awards, and the office locations all over the Twin Cities... what should break the tie?

Take a look at some FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS people have when choosing a Minneapolis real estate lawyer:

Q. What does a Minneapolis real estate attorney do?
A. A real estate lawyer (Minneapolis-specific) deals with local property ownership, whether land, houses, or businesses, and the issues that often surround buying or selling property.

Q. Why would I need a real estate attorney?
A. People who plan to buy or sell a house use real estate attorneys to navigate the whole process: everything from deeds to mortgages to disclosure statements. In construction projects, real estate lawyers are especially vital at understanding how mechanic’s liens work and ensuring that projects begin and end well. For association owners of condominiums, real estate attorneys are there to work through disputes involving missed association fees, disputes between unit owners, contract disputes, and anything else pertaining to association ownership. 

Q. How can I search for a specific type of Minneapolis real estate lawyer?
A. Helpful websites like superlawyer.com and avvo.com allow people to do background checks on lawyers, much like students look up their professors on websites like “Rate My Professor.” You can often specify a particular law firm, practice area such as “real estate lawyer,” Minneapolis neighborhoods you’re interested in searching, if you’re looking for someone who speaks any languages besides English, and if you want someone who offers free consultations.  These sites also provide ratings for each specific Minneapolis real estate attorney. 

Q. What kind of qualities do I want in a real estate lawyer?
A. You first and foremost want someone with experience in real estate law. It can be complicated to maneuver rules and regulations concerning real estate, so you want to hire people who know what they’re doing. You also want a good communicator, someone who can help you understand what’s going on in your case and also communicate effectively with everyone involved – whether that means city or government officials, land owners, or tenants. You also want someone who’s committed to customer service – who will be there to answer your questions the whole way – someone who’s committed to succeeding. 

Attorney Chad Kelsch has helped countless landlords, homeowners, and condominium associations - to name a few - successfully resolve their legal difficulties.

We can help you, too.

If you're looking for qualified and trusted Minneapolis/St. Paul real estate attorney, please call our Plymouth office at 763-398-1676 or fill out this quick form to schedule a consultation.

Learn more about Kelsch Law and our years of experience guiding clients through their real estate legal issues successfully.


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