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Real Estate

Even the most basic real estate transaction can require extensive documentation and an in-depth knowledge of real estate law. At Coen Wexler and Wentz, our lawyers help plan, negotiate and evaluate personal and commercial real estate transactions. We advise property owners on zoning and land issues, as well as matters such as commercial leasing and transactions.

Our experience with residential and commercial real estate issues include real estate investment opportunities, acquisitions and sales, leasing, landlord/tenant matters, variances and conditional uses, zoning, mortgages, and many other real estate matters.

Our Real Estate Law practice includes the following services:

    • Commercial Transactions
    • Deed, Notes and Mortgage Preparations
    • Leases and Rental Agreements
    • Landlord/Tenant Actions
    • Land Contracts
    • Closing and Escrow Representation
    • Real Estate Development
      • Zoning and Annexation
      • Eminent Domain and Appropriations
      • Easements
      • Homeowners' Associations
      • Variances and Conditional Uses
      • Lot Splits and Subdivisions
    • Industrial Development
    • Review of Real Estate Contracts and Closings Documents
    • Leases – Residential and Commercial
    • Section 1031 Exchanges
    • Oil and Gas Leases

To learn more, visit our Resources page.

If you have questions or would like more information on our services, please contact our office.

 

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Gregory C. Wentz attends Ohio Business Law Seminar

The Ohio State Bar Association held a continuing education seminar on Ohio Business Law on July 28, 2011.  Among the attendees, Gregory C. Wentz, Managing Partner of Coen Wexler and ...

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323 East Main Street
Lancaster, OH 43130
Telephone: 740-653-7825
Fax: 740-653-8073

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The information contained in this publication is general and should not be applied to specific legal problems without first consulting your attorney. Actual resolution of legal issues depends upon many factors, including variations of facts and Federal and State laws. Ohio laws change daily as a result of legislation and court decisions. This publication is not intended to provide legal advice on specific subjects, but rather to provide insight into legal developments and issues that we feel could be useful.

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