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Representing Clients In Residential And Commercial Real Estate Matters

Real estate transactions are complex affairs, whether they involve commercial or residential properties. If you are developing, buying, selling or leasing property, your ability to close the deal hinges on your understanding of state, local and municipal laws. Without a legal background, it can be a struggle to navigate this process.

At Cramer, Multhauf & Hammes, our legal team has successfully represented homeowners, land developers, landlords, builders, investors and other parties engaged in real estate matters. Since our firm’s founding in 1973, we have watched Waukesha County’s business and residential communities grow and change. Our real estate lawyers have played a strong role in shaping this development, and they are eager to help you protect your property investment.

Using Decades Of Experience To Protect Your Interests

Families and businesses throughout the area have benefited from our deep transactional and litigation experience.

We regularly assist clients engaged in transactions involving:

  • Residential developments, including subdivisions and condominiums
  • Commercial developments, including retail centers and office complexes
  • Residential and commercial sales and purchases
  • Leases

We also help our clients navigate complex processes that include:

  • Condemnations
  • Eminent domain
  • Foreclosures

Our attorneys are well-versed in tax law, land use and development law, and municipal law. They use this insight to address a variety of real estate-related issues such as:

  • Land acquisition
  • Real estate finance
  • Zoning, platting and municipal compliance
  • Property tax assessments

Whether you have a question about a title issue or landlord-tenant dispute, we are qualified to promote your interests at closings, in negotiations or in Wisconsin courtrooms.

Get Skilled Assistance Today

Email our Waukesha office or call 262-542-4278 to make an appointment with a local real estate attorney.