residential real estate law in austin and georgetown texas

Residential Real Estate

The attorneys in Sneed, Vine & Perry, P.C.’s residential real estate group are trusted experts in handling a wide range of residential real estate matters in Texas, representing institutional and private real estate investors, developers, individual buyers and sellers, institutional and private lenders, and title companies.

The breadth of this experience gives us a unique ability to understand the needs and requirements of the various parties involved in a residential real estate transaction, address client concerns, mitigate risk, and coordinate real estate closings in the most time-effective and cost-efficient manner.

Illustrative matters include:

  • Purchase & Sale Transactions – Representation of buyers and sellers in the transfer of multi-family assets, condominiums, and homes, including coordinating buyers, sellers, inspectors, appraisers, lenders, title companies, and underwriters to complete closings in a timely manner.
  • Leasing – Representation of landlords and tenants in lease negotiations, amendments, subleases, lease disputes, and lease workouts.
  • Loan Transactions – Representation of lenders and borrowers in connection with residential real estate financing.
  • Title Insurance – Representation of clients in obtaining title insurance and asserting title insurance claims in ownership and title disputes, and in other title insurance coverage matters.
  • Clearing Title – Representation of clients in clearing defects in title to real property in order to facilitate transfer of title, including resolution of probate issues, lien issues, and boundary disputes.
  • Creation of Residential Subdivisions – Representation of developers in the creation of residential subdivisions in order to facilitate sale of residential lots created out of larger tracts.
  • Creation of Condominium Regimes – Representation of developers in the creation of condominium regimes in order to facilitate multi-family use without the necessity of going through the subdivision process.
  • Partition – Representation of co-owners in the process of dividing or selling jointly-owned property, including litigation, if necessary.
  • Asset Types – single family, multi-family, and small to large subdivisions.