Sale and Purchase of Residential Property
When purchasing or building a new home, you should be focused on making sure that it checks off all of the items on your dream list. You may be looking for the best school district for your kids, the easiest commute to work for you, or the perfect neighborhood for your entire family to enjoy easy access to weekend entertainment. These are all pieces of the puzzle that create the perfect home for you and your family. With all of those things occupying your mind, the last thing you want to focus on is reading lengthy legal contracts or understanding state real estate laws.
Whether you are buying that dream home, or selling your starter home, the Law Office of Skip Potter can ensure that you are getting a fair deal with no surprises that will come back to haunt you after the papers have been signed. From reviewing the house’s transaction history and title to the final contract of sale, your property attorney will be there every step of the way, leaving you to focus on that dream home checklist.
Commercial Real Estate
Real estate law surrounding commercial properties is significantly more complicated than in residential transactions. Not only are the transactions often much larger in scale, they can also entail things like environmental requirements, municipal laws, land acquisition concerns and tax issues, just to name a few. Attorney, Skip Potter has successfully represented a broad range of commercial businesses both large and small. Don’t trust this important transaction to anyone but the experts. Call today to see how Skip Potter can represent you in your next commercial real estate transaction.
Real Estate Law Experience Makes the Difference
When it comes to real estate law, you want a realtor lawyer with experience that you can trust. Located in Bowling Green, Skip Potter has over 30 years of experience representing individuals throughout northwest Ohio. That experience includes providing real estate legal support in the following areas:
- Purchase agreements
- Option agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Development agreements
- Eminent domain and condemnation
- Land use and zoning
- Quiet title
- Homeowners Associations
The following links can help you as you begin to research properties and transactions. County recorder’s offices can provide a treasure trove of information that pertains to land records that are easily accessible to the general public.
Wood County Ohio Recorder’s Office: http://www.co.wood.oh.us/recorder/search_indexes.html
Hancock County Ohio Recorder’s Office:
Lucas County Ohio Recorder’s Office: