Protecting You Through All Real Estate Matters

At Dwight P. Ransom Attorney At Law, we offer skilled legal counsel for residential and commercial real estate matters. Our experienced legal professionals offer guidance for buying, selling and leasing. We will ensure that you are protected through the transaction process, title work, negotiations, and landlord-tenant disputes.

Residential real estate matters are complicated, and it is beneficial to have an attorney at your side. We understand that you want to get the best out of your purchase or sale. We offer dependable legal guidance at every step of the way. Our residential real estate services include:

  • Closings
  • Review of contracts
  • Inspector recommendations
  • Title examinations
  • Gathering of seller information

Maximizing Results And Minimizing Risk In Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate matters require a knowledgeable attorney to help navigate rules, regulations and negotiations. Our firm represents commercial real estate purchasers, sellers, developers and lenders throughout Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties, New Jersey. We want to set you up for success. With our help you will maximize your real estate closing results while minimizing risk for future legal disputes.

We will help you draft and review necessary documents for contracts, deeds, leases, financing, title insurance, closings and more. We help developers and businesses understand and legally abide by regulatory compliance and environmental policies. We will help you deal with issues of environmental contamination before they happen. It is our goal to shield you from potential losses and disputes. As the real estate market continues to rise, we are available to help you make the right moves.

Arrange An Appointment To Discuss Your Real Estate Needs

Contact our office, located in Neptune, New Jersey, to speak with a real estate lawyer about your legal needs. Learn how we can help you take the next step. Reach us by calling 732-361-4582, or fill out our online contact form today.