Residential Real Estate
Brighton, Michigan Residential Real Estate Lawyers
When it comes to real estate, the phrase "out of sight, out of mind” is dangerous. At Cooper & Riesterer, PLC, we are well aware of the unseen factors involved with purchasing a home or other residential property. With decades of experience, we help our clients avoid 30-year-long headaches. We’ve helped many people buy and sell homes and residential real estate throughout Livingston County and Southeast Michigan, and we can help you achieve your goals too. Contact our residential real estate attorneys today.
Experienced Real Estate Attorneys Preserving Your Interests
Residential and commercial real estate transactions share many of the same essential concerns. Zoning and municipal laws and regulations may dictate limits on the use that can be made of property. Unpaid taxes or improvements may exist as lien obligations of any prior owner of the property. The need for an attorney who is skilled in avoiding surprises and working through unavoidable problems is critical. At Cooper & Riesterer, PLC in Brighton, we work to protect your rights and investment in your home, lake cabin, vacation home, hobby farm or other property. Our real estate attorneys represent buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, homeowners’ associations and other clients in a full range of residential real estate concerns, such as:
Whether you’re new to this area and are seeking to purchase a home, you want to develop a tract of residential property or are converting property into a profitable condominium complex, speak with a residential real estate transactions lawyer at our firm first.
Contact Cooper & Riesterer today: 810.227.3103
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A homeowners association in Michigan, through its bylaws, mandated preapproval of all new development by an architectural control committee, created additional building standards, and required submission of a fee for all plans, none of which were in the restrictive covenants of the neighborhood. Property owners, who were seeking to build homes, sued the homeowners association in an effort to invalidate these new requirements. more
Michigan Residential Builders: Stop Paying Local Taxes on Unoccupied Buildings!
All Michigan residential builders and Michigan home-owners know that the board of a local school district may levy up to 18 mills for school operating purposes. Thanks to Michigan Legislature, there is now a way for residential builders to be exempt from paying this tax. more
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The law firm of Cooper & Riesterer, PLC, provides skilled legal services and experienced counsel to clients in Livingston County and throughout Southeast Michigan. We focus our practice on saving our clients time and money by offering: sound legal advice; proactive counsel to avoid future disputes; and effective, efficient resolutions when disputes do arise.