David William Jordan

Attorney & Counselor at Law

Real Estate

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Whether it is a residential or commercial sale, it involves a lot of money. If you decide to buy or sell property without the aid of an attorney, that is just asking for trouble. Of course, if everything goes exactly as planned, you don’t need a lawyer, but that is a rarity. And ONLY your lawyer is concerned about what happens to YOU when things go bad.

In alphabetical order, here are some of the matters handled by Attorney Jordan.

  • Agreements (including rental agreements and leases): Protect yourself before you sign anything.

  • Construction Contracts: Insure the work will be done on time and to your satisfaction.

  • Co-ops and Condominiums: This form of ownership involves other owners. The agreements you enter into in this type of ownership can be lengthy, involved and difficult to understand.

  • Deeds: Make sure you know how you own your property. There is a big difference between ownership as tenants in common and ownership as joint tenants with rights of survivorship. We can explain the difference between a quitclaim deed and a warranty deed and its importance to you.

  • Easements: These define how someone else can use your land or how you can use someone else's land.

  • Eminent Domain: When the Town or the State want to take your land, you must be compensated fair market value. We can help that happen.

  • Foreclosures: Is your mortgage holder threatening foreclosure on your home? Call us to see if we can help you avoid foreclosure. If you decide you cannot keep your home, call us to make sure your mortgage holder conducts the foreclosure precisely.
  • Landlord and Tenant Disputes: There are bad landlords and tenants from hell. Whether you are a landlord trying to pursue eviction of a tenant from hell or you are a tenant trying to protect yourself from being evicted by a bad landlord, we make sure your rights are protected.

  • Mortgages: Do you have the right one for you? Terms and costs are always negotiable.

  • Neighbor Issues: Without a fence, you may need a lawyer.

  • Restrictions and Covenants of Ownership: Read the contract before you buy anything. Better yet, let us read the contract for you and help you understand it.

  • Taxes: There are two things you cannot avoid in life, and yes, taxes are one. But you may be able to minimize them. Call us and find out how.

  • Timeshares: Despite the sales pitch, there is no resale value. Don't spend thousand of dollars to get a free grill.

  • Title: Be sure before you buy a house, the seller has a marketable title. We are qualified to conduct a thorough search of the records to ensure a marketable title of the house you want to buy. The same is true if you are selling your home. Be sure you have marketable title. If not, we can help you clear title before you sell your home.

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