Real Estate

Gosma, Tarbox & Associates has real estate specialists who are adept at analyzing the issues that impact client projects, from initial property acquisition or sale to completion. We regularly represent and counsel individual and corporate clients involved in commercial, residential, multi-use, and industrial real estate projects. These services include:

  • Negotiation of the sale, acquisition, and leasing of raw land as well as office, retail, industrial, and residential property.
  • Negotiation of loans; loan participation and secondary market operations; foreclosures; and loan work-outs.
  • Assistance with subdivision and parcel map applications, procuring governmental approvals, environmental law compliance, and obtaining use and zoning permits.

The firm's construction practice involves representing general contractors, design professionals, owners, subcontractors and suppliers in all phases of construction-related legal matters. We have assisted our clients on a number of construction projects. We are experienced in negotiation and finalization of agreements for construction, preparation of claims, mediation, litigation and arbitration.

We also have significant experience handling construction defect claims ranging from water damage caused by leaking roofs, foundations and windows, to building settlement, electrical problems, plumbing defects and heating and air conditioning defects. The firm represents homeowners and property owners, as well as developers, architects, contractors, subcontractors, installers, electricians and plumbers.

For a consultation regarding your real estate concerns, Contact the Davenport Iowa real estate attorneys of Gosma, Tarbox & Associates

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