Real Estate Contracts

and Legal Due Diligence

 Expedited for Real Estate Transactions

Custom Contract Services for Real Estate Transactions

Don't turn your dream into a nightmare.

  • Talk to an experienced real estate attorney
  • Avoid common legal problems
  • Work done to your specifications and calendar requirements

Easiest way to involve a legal professional in your transaction.

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Customized Contract Services

TC Review

  • Deeds
  • Leases
  • Letters of Intent
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Rental Agreements
  • . . . and more

TC Drafting

  • Business Personal Property Loan Security (Article 9)
  • Contract for Sale and Lease of Goods (Article 2, 2A)
  • Deeds: Quitclaim, Trust, Warranty
  • Easements: Vehicle Access, Utility, or Conservation
  • Encroachment Agreements
  • HOA CC&Rs, Bylaws, and Vendor contracts
  • Leases: Commercial or Residential
  • Licenses: Farm, Hunting, Land
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Shared Septic, Water Agreements
  • . . . and more

Licensed in Idaho, Montana, and Washington.

Legal services provided by . . .

Introducing The GREEN Light System®

A legal due diligence system for assessing the risk of a parcel,

risk the law assumes you understand.

TIER®

TIER PLUS®

  • Airspace rights
  • Building permits
  • Chain of title
  • Conservation easements
  • Crop subsidies
  • Encroachment
  • Endangered species
  • Flood zones
  • Grazing permits
  • Mineral rights
  • Septic rights
  • Tax liens
  • Timber tax exemptions
  • Tribal laws or regulations
  • Utility easements
  • Water use
  • Wetlands
  • Zoning
  •  . . . and more

 

Identify Legal Risk Before You Buy

Due Diligence: 1. action considered reasonable for people to take to keep themselves or others and their property safe (Cambridge English Dictionary); 2. the care a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to other persons or their property (Merriam-Webster).

Examples of Legal Risk

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Because what you don't know could cost you!