Key Biscayne, Florida Real Estate Attorneys

Compare 2 attorneys and 1 law firm in Key Biscayne, FL. Sort by highest rating and years of real estate experience.

Donald Fitzgerald, III

Key Biscayne real estate attorney at Crabtree and Associates with 27 years experience

(305) 361-3770

240 Crandon Boulevard, Suite 234, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

George Baise, Jr

Key Biscayne real estate attorney at Crabtree and Associates with 22 years experience

(305) 361-3770

240 Crandon Boulevard, Suite 234, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

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Real estate attorneys work on all legal issues around property rights. If you are buying, selling, renting commercial or residential real estate a real estate attorney will give you expert advice. A real estate lawyer will advise on each stage of the transaction, from negotiating, to drafting and reviewing the lease or purchase agreement. Individuals, businesses, schools and even charities are all effected by real estate law. Landlord-tenant disputes, evictions, zoning and rezoning, and property tax issues are all common matters addressed by real estate lawyers.

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