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Clarksville Residential Real Estate Lawyers

Clear Strengths In Commercial Property Transactions And Lender Services

Cunningham, Mitchell & Rocconi is the trusted real estate law resource for several banks and other financial institutions throughout Montgomery County. Our lawyers have the knowledge required to manage all aspects of high-value transactions involving homes, undeveloped land and business property on behalf of the buyer, seller, developer or lender. When real estate disputes arise, we are prepared to negotiate a productive solution or take the matter to court.

As a full-service, contract-to-closing Tennessee real estate firm, we diligently protect our clients' interests by:

  • Handling all aspects of residential real estate closings, including managing title searches and ensuring that financing and all relevant documents are in order
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts associated with the purchase, sale or leasing of commercial property
  • Addressing zoning, land use and permitting issues with the appropriate government entity on behalf of our business clients
  • Counseling and representing our clients when allegations of a breach of contract, construction defects, or failures to disclose material information have the potential to lead to litigation

Montgomery County Attorneys Protecting Landlords' Rights And Interests

Our long-standing firm also handles contract work, collection and eviction matters, and a range of other concerns for several of the Clarksville area's most prominent rental property management companies.

Whether you need a Clarksville residential real estate attorney you can trust to ensure your closing goes smoothly or a financially savvy, business-conscious legal team to coordinate a multimillion-dollar commercial real estate deal, we will welcome your inquiry. To schedule a consultation focused on what we can accomplish for you, please call or email our offices.

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