Experienced Kingston Lawyer Aids Clients with Real Estate Matters
Dedicated assistance with property transactions and litigation in Pennsylvania
No matter what your real estate concern, at David E. Schwager, Attorney at Law, I have the knowledge and experience to help you. I have more than three decades of experience in the field of real estate and provide the full range of transactional and litigation services. My commitment to delivering effective representation under the law is exemplified by the leadership positions I have been honored to hold during my career. I am a fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, have served on Pennsylvania’s Joint State Government Commission Advisory Committee on Real Property Law and chaired the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. You can rely on me to work hard toward resolving your property issue.
Committed attorney looks out for clients’ interests in transactions
Residential and commercial real estate transactions are often complicated matters that involve numerous intricacies. Failure to notice or understand a key detail could put you at great risk financially. If you are selling, buying or leasing a property, I can help you start out on a positive path by negotiating and drafting a real estate transaction agreement that includes contingencies that protect your rights, such as provisions relating to zoning and land use concerns. Should you find yourself in a dispute over a contract, I am an experienced litigator who represents commercial and individual clients in court.
Meticulous adviser carefully reviews lending documents
When closing day arrives, you will have a series of documents that you must sign in order to close the deal on your property. I can provide a careful review of your mortgage and other lending documents to discover any potential issues and to help you understand what you are signing. I will ensure all paperwork is in order and that you understand all the terms of the loan, including the exact costs of financing and obligations you must meet under the loan to avoid problems.
Diligent law firm advocates for clients in real estate foreclosures
Pennsylvania is a judicial foreclosure state. This means that, to foreclose, the lender must work through the courts by filing a lawsuit against the property owner who is behind on their obligation. Once the borrower is over 120 days late with mortgage payments, foreclosure can begin. The property owner has 30 days to respond upon receipt of the foreclosure papers. My firm provides comprehensive counsel on foreclosure matters, and my familiarity with the local landscape and lending institutions gives my clients an advantage.
Contact an effective Kingston attorney with your real estate problem
David E. Schwager, Attorney at Law in Kingston helps Pennsylvanians with real estate matters, including sale and purchase agreements, foreclosure issues, zoning and land use concerns and more. To schedule a consultation, call my firm at 570-931-3427 or contact me online.