Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law, Land acquisition, sale and development today are a complex undertaking, which includes many competing interests and numerous legal issues. The lawyer advising the purchaser, financing entity, land owner, developer, real estate user client, to be most effective, and therefore of greatest benefit to the client, must be much more than just a basic or general real estate practitioner.
Having a basic knowledge of engineering, architectural and traffic issues is important. Having a detailed knowledge of title, environmental and financing issues, and of the zoning code/subdivision code is critical. Of even greater importance, is knowing the administrative process and the local political environment to be able to provide efficient, cost-effective and successful representation.
PS&E has been around for over 90 years, and real estate law has been one of its significant practice areas since the beginning. Starting in the 1950’s with the representation of Charles Huber, the developer of Huber Heights, the firm’s role grew into being much more of a real estate counselor – assisting the client from new land acquisition to end use or sale. As real estate development has moved into larger, more complex and varied projects over the last 40 years, PS&E has been in the forefront of that process throughout the State of Ohio and Midwest Region.