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Real Estate Law

Experienced Real Estate Attorneys

Pittsburgh, Washington, Pa. and Surrounding Counties

At Sweat Law Offices, our real estate attorneys are experienced in assisting home buyers, sellers and real estate investors with residential and commercial real estate sales and purchases. We also support lending institutions such as banks, mortgage brokers and private financing companies as well as real estate brokers, agents and companies. Whether you are buying or selling, we focus on protecting your interests and protecting you from unnecessary risk and liability.

Our Services Include

  • Real estate development — Zoning, purchases/sales, procurement of financing, financial advice and leasing.
  • Real estate closings — Sales and purchase of residential homes, vacation homes, investment property, condominiums, town homes and vacant land.
  • Title insurance/underwriting — Title insurance and underwriting final policies.
  • Leases — Negotiation and drafting of commercial or residential leases.
  • Landlord-tenant issues — Lease negotiation, drafting and representation in evictions for landlords and commercial tenants.

We Help Real Estate Investors and Landlords
We routinely help our business clients, including real estate investors and Landlords, in a variety of real estate matters including:

  • Agreements of sale;
  • Commercial and residential leases,
  • breach of contracts,
  • security deposits,
  • evictions,
  • monetary disputes,
  • collection of rents owed, and
  • reducing their overall property taxes.

Find out how the team at Sweat Law can help you.

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