Bryan, TX Real Estate Lawyer

Real Estate Attorneys in Bryan, Texas

Committed to Our Clients Since 1949

Real estate transactions, whether simple or complex, are governed by a body of federal and state statues as well as common law. The Payne Law Group understands Texas real estate law and can help you navigate a wide range of issues that pertain to personal and commercial property. Whether you need to someone to assist with a commercial lease agreement, are ready to purchase your first home, or need assistance with litigation concerning ownership rights, you need a trained legal eye to ensure the process is seamless and free of errors. Our Bryan, Texas real estate attorneys are available to help you with whatever real estate matter you’re facing.

Contact our team online or by phone at (979) 300-7406 to take advantage of your free consultation today. We offer services in English and Spanish for client convenience.

Trusted Real Estate Services

Because we bring decades of experience to each case we accept, our clients can trust us to understand their unique situation, keep them apprised of their options and guide them through the process at every step. While real estate can be a complex area, we strive to simplify issues so you can make decisions that benefit yourself, your family, and your business.

We provide a wide range of services, including:

  • Water rights
  • Banking
  • Residential real estate
  • Commercial real estate
  • Mortgage loan documents
  • Contract law
  • Transactional law
  • Eminent domain
  • Oil and gas issues
  • Leases
  • Easements

Commercial & Residential Real Estate

Even if you’ve negotiated numerous residential property deals before and are now moving into commercial real estate, it’s important to have a professional assist you through the many legal issues that can trip you up if you are not properly prepared.

Commercial and residential real estate issues differ in many ways. A few examples include:

  • Zoning: Residential real estate applies to single-family homes and buildings with four or less units for families and individuals, while commercial property generally includes commercial businesses or family complexes with five or more units.
  • Financing: Residential loans vary and are usually based on the borrower’s personal income. Loans for commercial properties take factors such as property cash flow, property type, location, and borrower experience into consideration.

Why You Need an Attorney

Many individuals looking to buy or sell property think they can do it on their own, but because real estate matters often involve considerable investments and legally binding paperwork, it’s best practice to hire a lawyers who can draft contracts and oversee any documents that you may need to sign, especially if it’s your first time buying or selling a property.

When it comes to contracts, our team is well-versed on Texas laws and remains updated on new regulations and changes that may impact our clients. You will have many years of experience on your team to advise you at each turn.

An attorney can also protect clients from terms that can harm the inexperienced – or even the very experienced – in a real estate transaction. Our laws are constantly changing and evolving, and you need someone on your side to protect you. A real estate attorney who keeps up with the changes in the law can assist in finding the “gotchas” and fix them before they become binding and get you.

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