Extensive Experience Facilitating Real Estate Transactions
For many people, a real estate purchase is the largest investment of their lives. To ensure the process goes smoothly, you need to consult with an attorney who is familiar with real estate law and can help protect your rights.
The attorneys at Sheldon, Davis, Wells & Hockensmith, P.C., have handled hundreds of closings for buyers and sellers and have also represented banks in residential and commercial transactions. We are approved title agents for First American Title Insurance.
We strive to give high quality and affordable closing services. We help Cheshire County and Sullivan County families and businesses facilitate their most important purchase or sale. In addition to routine real estate transactions, we also are adept with other areas of real estate law, including:
- Commercial real estate
- Real estate development
- Property use and zoning
- Issuing title insurance
- Quiet title actions and partition actions
- Boundary disputes
- Adverse possessions
- Roads and rights of way
We understand that buying or selling real estate is stressful enough. With our experienced attorneys by your side, you can rest assured the process is completed thoroughly and accurately.
A Proactive Approach To Real Estate Law
Unfortunately, many attorneys take a reactionary approach to real estate law. They wait until a dispute arises, then litigate to resolve it. But if you avoid that dispute or conflict altogether, you could save yourself a great amount of time, money and worry.
At Sheldon, Davis, Wells & Hockensmith, P.C., we believe in a proactive approach. We handle your closing from the development of a purchase and sale agreement, title search, preparation of the closing documents, and then the closing. Through attention to detail and our breadth of knowledge of the law, we ensure your needs are met and the possibility of conflicts arising in the future is minimized. When one does arise, we are always prepared to fight for your interests through litigation in New Hampshire courts.
Walking You Through Land Use And Zoning Regulations
Even when you own your property, local land use and zoning laws may restrict the way you use it. The law is very intricate and complex, and only a knowledgeable and thorough lawyer can help you navigate through these restrictions and regulations. If you have any questions on land use, zoning and development for your home or business, our attorneys can be of great service to you.