Rockford Real Estate, Land Use & Zoning Lawyers
Assisting Clients in Property & Land Matters
The attorneys of Reno & Zahm LLP are the attorneys our clients turn to when they need help resolving legal matters concerning real estate and property, such as transactions, annexation, zoning, eminent domain, and taxation. Our firm has been a community mainstay for nearly 100 years. During that time, the attorneys who’ve built careers through dedicated service to our clients have helped them achieve results that mattered.
When you want to purchase or sell a home or commercial property, or fight a dispute regarding land use, Reno & Zahm LLP has the experience you can rely on in this town. Our real estate, land use, and zoning attorneys in Rockford carry on our firm’s long tradition of dedication to facilitating real estate deals and resolving land disputes for our community.
Facilitating Real Estate Transactions
If you’re involved in a residential or commercial real estate transaction, Reno & Zahm LLP can support you whether you’re the buyer or seller in the equation. We can handle all aspects of real estate transactions including purchase preparations, drafting sale agreements, ordering titles, and closing services.
Working with an attorney from Reno & Zahm LLP means having legal support on-hand and throughout a sensitive transaction process that requires clarity and precision to accomplish. We’ll keep an eye out for issues during the transaction unfavorable to your interests and advise you of your options each step of the way.
Assistance with Land Use & Zoning Matters
Development of all kinds is happening around Rockford at any given moment. As our town changes, so too may the land use laws and zoning policies that govern where we live and work, and how we get to those places.
If your property or a neighboring property is incorrectly zoned – or done so in a manner that could adversely impact your home’s value – our attorneys can work with you to challenge the city’s zoning policies and help you reach an agreeable outcome.
Likewise, the city may be attempting to enforce new zoning or land use provisions against your property by ignoring its grandfathered status. Our attorneys can help you fight the burden of complying with new ordinances that may not apply to your property.
Is the Government Claiming Eminent Domain?
The U.S. government has the authority to claim eminent domain over private property and assume ownership over it. However, the government is obligated to compensate affected citizens with a fair cash market value payment for their home, commercial building, farms, or industrial facilities.
If the government is laying claim to your property through eminent domain, contact Reno & Zahm LLP to get legal representation that can help you fight the claim or get exactly what you deserve from it.
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