Real Estate Law Firm in Wisconsin

Cramer, Multhauf & Hammes handles a wide range of real estate matters. We regularly represent real estate buyers and sellers, as well as investors, builders, developers, landlords and institutional lenders.

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Wisconsin Real Estate Law Areas of Practice:

  • Commercial Development
  • Condemnation/Eminent Domain
  • Condominiums
  • Construction
  • Foreclosure
  • Home Building
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Leasing
  • Lender REO Matters
  • Office Complexes
  • Purchase and Sale
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Retail Centers
  • Subdivisions
  • Property Tax Assessment
  • Title Issues

Commercial Real Estate Attorneys

From a first rental duplex to large apartment complexes and from small strip centers to big box properties, our commercial real estate lawyers assist with purchase and sale transactions, construction, financing, leasing, development, zoning issues, and more.

Residential Real Estate Attorneys

Realtors can be a valuable resource for locating properties and negotiating residential real estate transactions. That said, a realtor is not your lawyer, cannot practice law, and depending on the circumstance may have no duty of care or loyalty to you. An attorney works in conjunction with a broker to protect your rights, and the cost of representation is nominal when compared to the size of most residential real estate transactions.  From signing a listing contract, to completing a real estate condition report, to negotiating and executing an offer to purchase, and through to closing, our residential real estate attorneys can assist you.

Landlord/Tenant Rights and Conflicts

We regularly represent commercial and residential landlords and commercial tenants. If you need legal counsel regarding leases/rental agreements, problem tenants, raising rent, or other rental issues, contact our real estate lawyers today.

Easements, Lot Line Issues and Neighbor Disputes

Real estate issues often arise between adjacent landowners. From residential neighbors with a shared driveway, to commercial properties with inconsistent uses, our real estate attorneys can determine and enforce property owners’ rights for a variety of disputes in a civil, reasonable and common sense manner.