REAL ESTATE and CONSTRUCTION LAW A.G.Edwards and Associates PC has vast experience in many different areas of Real Estate and Construction law. We concentrate in representing most aspects of the legal issues that affect the Real Estate area of practice. We are involved in the entire process of the improvement of real property, large or small. We assist our clients from the initial stages of acquisition, then on to due diligence, design, governmental approvals, construction, finalization and eventual sale or lease of the project. We deal with all the issues that may arise out the ownership and use of property.

The construction industry makes up a substantial part of our practice, as well. We represent and become involved in the myriad of issues that affect construction firms, sub-contractors, skilled trades, and their customers. We are called upon to advise the client in the entire process, from the preparation and negotiation of agreements, to assisting in resolving disputes, to the collection of the contract price, including the preservation of construction liens to their final resolution. Our years of experience in this area go a long way in preventing our clients' waste of time, money and resources, inherent in these endeavors, to the profitable conclusion of the project.

We would be happy to discuss your real estate and/or construction law issue(s) with you at your convenience.

Some of the areas of real estate and/or construction law that we specialize in include the following:
Acquisition of Property; Sale of Property; Construction Law; Construction Lien; Construction Agreements; Collections; Foreclosure; Architect and Design issues; Housing & Construction Defects; Land Use & Zoning; Real Estate Development; Land Contracts; Mortgages; Property Financing; Title Work; Deeds; Closings; Purchase Agreements; Leases; Landlord/Tenant issues; Zoning; Title Insurance; Title Policy; Homeowners/Condominium Associations; Boundary lines; Boundary Disputes; Prescriptive Easement; Adverse Possession; Neighbors; Natural Resources Law; State Local & Municipal Law; Environmental Law; Housing & Construction Defects.