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San Antonio Real Estate Law Lawyer
- negotiated, documented, and closed residential and commercial real estate sales of all complexities;
- represented developers in subdividing, platting and restricting residential and commercial subdivisions and developing shopping centers, and office buildings;
- represented commercial and residential building contractors, property owners, in negotiating, preparing and reviewing construction contracts and related documentation;
- examined title to millions of dollars worth of commercial, residential, and farm & ranch real estate on behalf of investors of those properties;
- represented surface and mineral owners in oil and gas disputes with discovery companies;
- acted as adviser for numerous investors in farm and ranch properties;
- represented both tenants and landlords (including apartment management companies) in a wide variety of residential and commercial leasing transactions; and
- handled hundreds of foreclosures in numerous counties throughout Texas.
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