Real estate law

March 4, 2015

Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP has the skill and experience to handle all real estate transactions pertaining to residential, commercial or industrial properties. We view this as not only an opportunity to complete an array of legal services we offer to our clients, but as a manner of providing excellent representation to those of our clients for whom real estate is a major part of their business.


Services we offer:

  • Residential Purchase and Sale Transactions
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Land Development
  • Mortgage Transactions
  • New Construction
  • Builders’ Liens
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Condominiums
  • Property Disputes

In addition to the buying and selling of property, our lawyers are experienced in all financing transactions. From the securing of a mortgage for a new home to complex project financing, our lawyers have the experience and expertise to provide customized service, whether our clients are acting as borrower or lender.


We pride ourselves in providing service which responds to each client’s particular needs. Utilizing our team of experienced lawyers, legal assistants and paralegals, we take the time necessary to ensure that our clients are fully informed and supported throughout every step of the process. We work closely with our clients’ advisors, realtors, lenders, insurance agents, etc., to ensure that matters progress smoothly from the outset through to conclusion.


In addition to individuals, we provide advice to developers, home builders and other personnel in the development, marketing and disposition of residential and commercial land projects. In the event of a dispute, our knowledge, experience and access to the other professionals in our firm allows us to assist our clients in arriving at a timely and satisfactory a resolution.


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