Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

real estate lawWe are experienced Real Estate Lawyers located in the Milwaukee Area 

When you need a real estate attorney who understands the nuances and complexities of real estate law—and has a track record of helping clients get to closing, call on Hurtado Zimmerman SC.

With 30+ year’s experience in real estate law, we’ve helped clients deal with a wide range of real estate issues. We’ll handle your real estate-related legal needs efficiently and effectively.

Our clients include: buyers, sellers, developers, property managers, real estate investors, government entities and lenders.

We help our clients analyze, prepare, negotiate, and close:

  • Acquisitions and sales
  • For sale by Owner
  • Easements, Land Covenants and Encumbrances
  • Tax increment finance districts (TIFs)
  • Investment and ownership agreements/guarantees, including joint venture agreements
  • Development Agreements
  • Title policy analysis and negotiation
  • Leases
  • Environmental/geotechnical/appraisal/surveying
  • Zoning, plat and governmental approvals
  • For sale by Owner Transactions
  • Condominiums, Declarations, including tiered development
  • Analyzing funding alternatives
  • Evaluating debt structuring and restructuring options
  • Negotiation and documenting project financing terms
  • Presentation of projects to public bodies to secure bond resolution, zoning and other applications and approvals
  • Negotiating mortgages, UCC filings and other security instruments
  • Consultation on and preparing funding-related agreements and documentation
  • Sustainability due diligence
  • Green certification credit selection/synergy planning, applications and appeals – LEED, Green Globes, Living Building Challenge, BREEAM

Real Estate Disputes:

When real estate disputes arise, we help our clients protect their rights as effective legal advocates. Our real estate dispute services include:

  • Breach of Sales Contracts
  • Title Disputes
  • Eminent Domain
  • Adverse Possession and Property Line Disputes
  • Property Defects, Misrepresentation, Non-Disclosure and Fraud
  • Zoning Variances and Appeals, including Shoreland Zoning and Land Use Disputes and Green Zoning Compliance