Blog

What You Should Know When Hiring a Real Estate Attorney in Chicago

Purchasing or selling a home is one of the biggest investment decisions you’ll make in your life. It makes sense to be sure everything is in order from the start by hiring a Chicago real estate law firm to represent you throughout the sales process. Follow these tips to ensure you’re hiring an attorney that has the experience you need to protect your interests in a real estate transaction. 4 Pieces of Advice to Follow When Hiring a Real Estate Attorney in Chicago Don’t Hire an Inexperienced Attorney. This is one of the most common pitfalls of homebuyers and homeowners….

Top

Litigation Attorneys Advise Landlords To Document Damages

Our litigation lawyers in Chicago have received many calls from landlords who have found themselves on the receiving end of a lawsuit from former tenants trying to get their security deposit back after damaging the property. This has been the case even in situations where the landlord had significant property damage to repair before the unit could be rented again. How can landlords protect themselves from these unsubstantiated lawsuits? The answer: Documentation. Document Damages To Protect Yourself Chicago litigation attorneys agree that the best way to protect yourself from lawsuits demanding the return of the security deposit after the tenant…

Top

Chicago real estate attorneys explain extended debt relief act

At Mages & Price, our real estate lawyers in Chicago are firmly committed to our client’s needs. We remain focused on ensuring that our clients receive everything they are entitled to throughout their homeownership experience. As such, our real estate law experts are working hard to educate our clients on what they can expect from the newly extended Mortgage Forgiveness Relief Act.   Mages & Price LLC: Helping Homeowners Understand Benefits Of Debt Relief Act In an effort to avoid the potentially disastrous fiscal cliff, Congress passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. This Act included extending the Mortgage…

Top
Page 1 of 1