Real Estate Lawyer in Naples

Real Estate LawyerA real estate lawyer does not cost as much as you think. Use Goodwin Law, P.A. for your closing and get peace of mind at title company rates!

Our team will handle your closing process from start to finish. Whether you are buying your first home or commercial property, or you are a seasoned real estate investor, our real estate lawyer and closing team will go above and beyond to assure that your experience in the real estate process is outstanding and that your investment is protected.

Goodwin Law, P.A. provides legal representation and offers a variety of title services including:

  • Title insurance
  • Florida real estate closings and settlement
  • Escrow closing services
  • Title search and examination
  • Document preparation
  • 1031 exchanges
  • Inspection ordering services
Comprehensive Real Estate Lawyer Solutions

The real estate lawyer team at Goodwin Law, P.A. offers much more than the services listed above. Below is a list of the areas and transaction types that we can assist in.

  • Letter of Intent
  • Due Diligence
  • Commercial Purchase and Sale Agreement
  • Escrow Documents
  • Tenant Estoppel Certificate
  • Deeds
  • Assignment and Assumption Agreements
  • Assignment of Mortgage
  • Closing and Other Ancillary Documents
  • Bankruptcy Considerations
  • Title
  • Survey
  • Letter of Intent
  • Office Lease Agreement
  • Retail Lease Agreement
  • Industrial Lease Agreement
  • Work Letter Agreement
  • Guaranty of Lease Agreement
  • Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement
  • Tenant Estoppel Certificate
  • Closing and Other Ancillary Documents
  • Subleasing
  • Assignment of Lease
  • Surrender of Lease
  • Term Sheet and Loan Commitment
  • Acquisition Loan Agreement
  • Construction Loan Agreement
  • Promissory Note
  • Mortgage/Deed of Trust
  • Assignment of Leases and Rents
  • Assignment of Agreements
  • Guaranty and Indemnification Agreements
  • Closing Documents and Other Ancillary Documents
  • Subordination, Nondisturbance and Attornment Agreement
  • Brokerage – General Issues
  • Open Listing Agreement
  • Exclusive Agency Agreement – Sale
  • Exclusive Agency Agreement – Lease
  • Exclusive Right to Lease Agreement
  • Exclusive Right to Sell Agreement
  • Property Management- General Issues
  • Property Management Agreement – Office
  • Property Management Agreement – Multi-Family Residential
  • Owner and Architect Agreement
  • Owner and Contractor Agreements
  • Lease Agreements
  • Contracts of Sale
  • Financing
  • Distressed Sales
  • Types of Ownership
  • Miscellaneous Property Issues
  • Considerations in Sale Leaseback Transactions
  • Lease Agreement in Sale Leaseback Transactions
  • Commercial Purchase and Sale Agreement in Sale Leaseback Transactions
  • Accounting and Tax Treatment of Sale Leaseback Transactions
  • Real Estate
  • Construction
Resolve Title Issues with Help from a Real Estate Lawyer 

Residential and commercial real estate contracts are extremely complicated, especially for first time homebuyers. Buying and selling real estate requires a clear understanding of all contract provisions. There are often disputes over the title of a property, which can cause major delays or headaches.  That’s why it’s vital to have a real estate lawyer review all your contract and documentation before you sign. That is where Goodwin Law, P.A. comes in.

We are a real estate lawyer firm with considerable knowledge regarding the complications of real estate closings. We know a real estate transaction can go south at any moment. A real estate lawyer can anticipate problems and offer solutions to eliminate tensions between buyers and sellers.

Most people do not like surprises

Surprises are great for throwing parties, but not real estate transactions. Many prior owners neglect to disclose important information, and some may have been delinquent on their payments. If those owners have been irresponsible, you could be dealing with a property that could be issued a lien. Even if you’re not responsible for the debt, banks or other financial institutions can still place a lien on the property. There are also many cases of forgeries on real estate documents that can create big problems determining rightful ownership of a property. If you are not careful, somebody else’s past forgeries can get you into trouble if they are discovered.

A real estate lawyer can help prevent issues. 

When buying or selling real estate in Florida, using a knowledgeable real estate lawyer can be vital to your success. Don’t get blindsided by unexpected title issues. Contact a real estate lawyer to assist you.