Greene & Markley

Real Estate

The Real Estate Practice Group of Greene & Markley, P.C. provides a wide breadth of transactional and litigation services to clients throughout Oregon and Washington.  We have handled numerous real estate matters for buyers, sellers, lenders, developers, lessors, and lessees, assisting with everything from reviewing critical documents to resolving complex and contentious disputes.

Real Estate Transactions

Owning real estate requires an extensive investment of money, time, and resources.  We understand that when our clients approach us with real estate transactional matters, they are seeking attorneys who have experience handling complex transactions and who will safeguard their interests, helping them to avoid any future potential disputes concerning their properties.

Our attorneys assist clients in real estate transactional matters including:

 Real Estate Litigation

We are also experienced at handling real estate disputes.  Despite one’s best efforts to conduct real estate transactions with an eye toward avoiding future problems, real estate disputes often inevitably arise.  Our real estate litigation attorneys assist clients with:

Collection, Bankruptcy, and Real Property Matters

Due to our considerable expertise in bankruptcy and debtor/creditor matters, we also assist clients with collection matters involving real property, including foreclosures of all forms of liens, and judgment executions against real property.  We have considerable experience representing trustees, debtors and creditors in bankruptcy proceedings involving real property and with real property liquidations in bankruptcy.

For a team of experienced and knowledgeable real estate attorneys who can assist with your transactional, litigation, or bankruptcy matter, contact Greene & Markley today.

Praise for our real estate practice:

“I always come away with advice that is immediately actionable. Greene & Markley is our ‘go to’ firm on all matters of real estate.” — Owner of multiple commercial properties

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