Handling All Types Of Residential And Commercial Real Estate Issues

After serving this part of the state for more than 100 years, the law firm of Grannis & Hauge, P.A., has watched Dakota County and the surrounding communities evolve from a rural area to one of the fastest growing regions of Minnesota. During that time, we have helped countless clients to navigate the often complex process of buying, selling and developing property.

An important part of our real estate practice involves representation of clients investing in real property. We assist them in the purchase, forming entities to own and lease property, advise on tax consequences of purchases and sales, and assist in the negotiation and drafting of commercial leases. We also represent business owners in negotiating leases for their businesses. The proper lease is key to a business's financial well-being.

A Strong Commitment To Representing Our Clients' Best Interests

Our experience handling many different kinds of real estate matters for clients on all sides of these cases allows us to provide much more effective representation in every case. No matter what your position in the transaction is or what type of legal issue is at hand, you can feel confident that your interests will be attended to by a skilled attorney.

The Real Estate Services We Provide

Our skilled business and real estate law attorneys have experience with a wide variety of real estate matters, including the following:

  • Preparation and review of purchase agreements for commercial or residential property
  • Review of title, survey and environmental reports
  • Representation of buyers and sellers at closings
  • 1031 exchange agreements
  • Negotiation and drafting of commercial and residential lease agreements
  • Landlord-tenant disputes

Putting A Skilled Real Estate Lawyer On Your Side

Contact our office to discuss your legal issue with one of our Eagan leasing attorneys. To contact our firm, call 651-968-1296 or toll free at 800-448-9799.

Attorneys: Barry L. Wittenkeller, David G. Keller, Ward R. Anderson, Vance B. Grannis, Virginia A. Dwyer and Jeremy P. Knutson.