Construction & Real Estate Attorneys in Dayton, Ohio
Representation for Complex Real Estate Law Issues in Dayton, Greene County & Beyond
The construction and real estate law team team at McNamee & McNamee, PLL has a reputation for delivering effective and reliable legal representation for contractors, subcontractors, developers, property owners, lenders, businesses, suppliers, and design professionals in Dayton, Ohio and the surrounding areas. Each and every Dayton construction and real estate attorney at our firm is dedicated to using our firm’s extensive resources and collective experience to protect our clients’ best interests in cases involving construction disputes and contract issues.
Contact us online or at (937) 468-3130 to schedule a case consultation with one of our real estate attorneys in Dayton, Ohio.
Construction & Real Estate Matters Our Firm Handles
McNamee & McNamee, PLL can address any construction or real estate legal matter you may have.
Our attorneys practice in all aspects of real estate development, planning, and construction law, including:
- Acquisitions, sales, and exchanges
- Commercial development
- Residential development
- Construction of improvements
- Security interests
- Utility access
- Building code conformance
- Title matters
- Notes and mortgages
- Land use planning
- Public nuisances
Why Clients Choose McNamee & McNamee, PLL
Individuals and businesses turn to us to take on their complicated construction and real estate matters because:
- Our firm has been serving clients for over 30 years.
- We are deeply committed to giving back to the community.
- Our legal professionals are responsive and communicative.
- We are a small boutique firm with the experience and resources of larger firms.
- We try not to talk like lawyers and strive to be personable and friendly in all client interactions.
- Our firm built its reputation by word of mouth, so you can trust that we will advocate for you.
Call (937) 468-3130 today to schedule your consultation with one of our skilled lawyers.
What Is Commercial Real Estate?
Commercial real estate or commercial property law involves real estate ownership, use, and sale for commercial reasons. It involves negotiating contracts and leases, acquiring funding, zoning and land use constraints, and complying with tax and environmental regulations. Commercial real estate is protected by many regulatory restrictions and safeguards because it is a valuable asset.
Commercial real estate includes the type of property that is used in business deals as well as multiunit rental properties because they create commercial activity for landlords.
Commercial properties are typically categorized into 4 types based on the function each property has:
- Office space
- Industrial use
- Multifamily rental units
Some examples of commercial properties include:
- Healthcare facilities
- Strip malls
What Parties Are Involved in Commercial Real Estate?
Commercial real estate transactions typically involve buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, and lenders. Other parties may also be involved depending on your situation. Commercial business law covers the development, use, and maintenance of commercial property and also provides a structure for resolving complex conflicts and defending the legal rights of the parties involved.
Because commercial real estate law is always evolving, it is important to seek counsel from an experienced Daytona real estate lawyer before making any decisions. If you are a business owner or investor, reach out to our qualified specialists at McNamee & McNamee, PLL. Call (937) 468-3130 or complete a form to schedule a consultation!
Have questions about property involving your commercial business? Make an appointment with a Dayton commercial real estate attorney by dialing (937) 468-3130 or completing an online form.
What Is a Mechanic's Lien?
A mechanic’s lien is a legal claim against a property and is typically submitted by subcontractors who have not received payment for work they have done on a property.
What is the Ohio Mechanic’s Lien Statute of Limitations?
The time limit for when a mechanics’ lien may be filed depends on the type of project that was completed. For commercial projects, the subcontractor has 75 days from the last day that materials or labor was provided to file a lien. If it was a residential project, the subcontractor has 60 days.
If you are a homeowner who has received an Affidavit of Mechanics’ Lien, you have the option of serving the lienholder (the subcontractor who filed the lien) a Notice to Commence Suit or not. The Notice will let the lienholder know that they must sue in order to enforce the lien or else, it will be lost. They must complete this within 60 days. If you do not file a Notice to Commence Suit, then the Mechanics’ Lien will expire after 6 years.
Benjamin Donahue, et al. v. Winifred LaBomme, et al., Tuscarawas Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 07 0385
Prevailed on motion to dismiss while defending clients/sellers against claims that they had fraudulently concealed defects in property from buyers.Read More
Powell v. Board of County Commissioners of Warren County, et al. (12th Dist.), 2020-Ohio-5570.
County resolution approving a 62-lot housing development was reversed and nullified because it violated the county zoning resolution. Appellate court ...Read More
Kunk v. Westward Success, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 04019
Negotiated settlement between corporation and its members in order to facilitate corporate breakup and legal dispute.Read More
Yankee Trace Homeowners’ Association v. Baranowski, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 00290
Prevailed on motion to enforce proposed settlement agreement in lawsuit regarding short term rentals, leading to settlement and dismissal of lawsuit.Read More
Jerry Farmer v. Danny Roush, Jr., et al., Montgomery Common Pleas No. 2020 CV 02682
Awarded summary judgment for landlord named as a party in dog-bite case.Read More
Dont Leave Your Immigration Matters to Chance
Construction defect claims and real estate disputes for builders and contractors can be complicated matters that require in-depth knowledge of these specialty areas of law. Hiring a seasoned lawyer can ensure that your claim is properly filed within the statute of limitations. Let us review your construction or real estate contract to see what provisions can be used to your advantage before filing a lawsuit.
Our lawyers are ready to discuss your concerns, so please give us a call today at (937) 468-3130 or complete our convenient online form to get started.