Assisting You In Acquiring, Using And Selling Your Property
Showalter Law Firm, in Richmond and Fredericksburg, Texas, provides a full range of services in the area of real estate law, with a primary focus on protecting the rights of property owners engaged in buying or selling residential or commercial property, the use or development of property, or facing potential damage to their property caused by the use or development of adjacent property.
Protecting Your Rights As A Property Owner
Owning property in south and central Texas is unlike any other place in the United States. In many cases, owning property may provide opportunities for development of many types and uses.
If you are a property owner or investor considering the sale or purchase of property in the Hill Country or coastal areas of Texas, it makes good financial sense to talk to an experienced real estate lawyer before signing anything. Showalter Law Firm has helped thousands of property owners through the purchase and sales process, lease arrangements, analysis of property and disputes, and development over the years. Our lawyers are intelligent, knowledgeable and understand the underlying legal issues that can make or break a successful real estate transaction.
Experienced In Subdivision Projects
If you are a housing developer or property owner interested in getting involved in a subdivision project, we will explain the legal issues and provide sound legal counsel from the initial conversations through the sales and closing documentation, engineering, land use plans and governmental entities. Our lawyers can provide guidance through the entire development process of commercial or residential development, including platting, drafting restrictive covenants, obtaining government permissions and feasibility studies. Our full range of real estate transaction and litigation services includes:
- Sales and purchase agreements of residential and commercial property
- Subdivision development law
- Title and document review, attend closings on behalf of either buyer or seller
- Title transfers resulting from the probate of wills or the distributions of various types of trusts
- Commercial property lease agreements
- Landlord-tenant dispute resolution
- Construction defect litigation
- Fraud litigation
- Letters of intent
For all of your real estate legal needs, speak with one of our attorneys before you sign any document pertaining to a real estate transaction. Call us at or use our email form on the Contact page to arrange an initial consultation.