Real Estate Contract Law

Why Choose Mag Mile For Your Real Estate Contract Law and Transactions

In One Word: Experience

Our legal team has deep industry experience with property transactions and real estate contract law disputes. Mag Mile Law employs attorneys who are licensed REALTORS in the State of Illinois who have helped fellow REALTORS through the closing process with a stress-free experience; they also assist property owners in handling legal disputes before and after the closing.

Our attorneys have extensive knowledge with:

  • Condo and Homeowner’s Associations
  • Historic Homes and Ordinance & Law Disputes
  • Real Estate Closings – personal and commercial properties
  • Commercial Leasing & Sales
  • Complex multi-property real estate transactions
  • Vacant and unoccupied properties – insurance challenges

Types Of Real Estate Matters We Handle At Mag Mile Law

Real Estate Closings

Mag Mile Law attorneys assist clients in a wide variety of real estate closings, including the sale/purchase of homes, condos, vacant land, commercial property and industrial property. We aim to make the process as pain-free as possible and ensure you close as scheduled.

Homeowners & Condo Associations

Whether you are a brand new or existing organization, our legal team at Mag Mile Law can review, amend and/or draft covenants, by-laws, and other organization and governing documents.  We also handle contract disputes and other legal issues for our clients.

Title & Property Disputes

We often help our clients with title and property disputes and have extensive experience litigating foreclosures, liens, construction and contractor disputes, easement and boundary issues, and landlord/tenant disputes.  

Ordinance & Law

Our team helps clients who own or are considering a purchase of historic properties or properties located within historic districts navigate local ordinances and zoning regulations. 

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