Commercial and Residential Real Estate
Greater Danbury Commercial Real Estate Attorneys
The real estate practice at Collins, Hannafin offers comprehensive legal advice and service for any business, family, or broker involved in a real estate transaction of any size or complexity. We represent first-time homebuyers as well as national commercial development. Our attorneys represented the project developers in the construction of Connecticut's largest condominium development, but we can also represent the seller or buyer of a single-family home or common interest ownership unit. To learn more about the scope of our client service in real estate transactions and projects of all kinds, contact one of our lawyers in Danbury or Ridgefield.
We handle commercial and residential property transactions such as the following:
- Closing of purchase, sale, or refinance transactions
- Resolution of title, financing, or lien problems between the purchase agreement and closing
- Negotiation and documentation of commercial leasing agreements in office, industrial, or retail developments
- Land use and zoning aspects of site plan and building permit applications
- Creation of Planned Communities, Cooperatives, or Condominiums
With more than 25 years of experience in simple and complex real estate transactions, our attorneys understand both the legal considerations and the market dimensions of your commercial or residential project. Our clients also include the municipalities responsible for developing and enforcing land use and zoning standards, and our knowledge of local conditions can help you avoid mistakes and expedite the documentation and closing of your project.
As seasoned trial lawyers, we have the ability to enforce your real estate contract rights and protect your interests in court whenever necessary. Whether your property dispute involves a driveway easement, title insurance exclusions, breach of a commercial lease, or complex construction warranty litigation, we can help achieve a resolution of your problem either in or out of court.
For additional information about our experience in any aspect of commercial or residential real estate, contact an attorney at any either of our Connecticut locations. For more general information, please see our Real Estate and foreclosure our frequently asked questions pages.