Skilled Real Estate Attorneys Serving Northeast Ohio Since 1950

One of the core areas of practice at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC is, and has been since our formation in 1950, real estate law.

Our lawyers have extensive knowledge and years of practical experience in all aspects of real estate law.

Whether you are interested in buying, selling or leasing commercial real estate; developing land for residential or commercial projects; doing a 1031 exchange or looking to buy or sell a home, the lawyers at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC have the ability to help. Here are some of the specific areas of our real estate practice.

  • Selling a home
  • Buying a home
  • Land contracts
  • Buying commercial real estate
  • Real estate financing
  • Real estate development
  • Condominiums
  • Tax deferred exchanges
  • Zoning and subdivisions

Knowledge of Local Zoning, Subdivision and Planning Regulations

The use of all real estate is affected by zoning, subdivision, and planning laws rules and regulations. At Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC we are knowledgeable not only of the law in each of these areas, but in many cases with the local rules and regulations. In our practice in this area we regularly appear before the local planning commissions and boards of zoning appeals with respect to project approval, variances and in some cases rezoning.

On the residential side our experience includes single family housing subdivisions, multifamily and apartment projects and condominiums projects. On the commercial side we have assisted all types of clients including automobile dealerships, churches, manufacturers, restaurants and commercial retail developments. The types of matters we have experience in range from sign variances, to area and use variances, to rezoning of entire areas.

Helping You With Your Real Estate Development Needs

real-estateIn addition to zoning, many communities have specific development requirements and have commissions, usually a planning commission, to enforce those requirements. This is true in the City of Kent. In some cases these commissions have discretion and in other cases they do not. Any time you are developing property it is essential not only to understand the zoning but also to be aware of and comply with these other requirements.

As a result of our years of practicing zoning law, we have become familiar with many of the requirements of the local communities and where there may be flexibility and where there may not be flexibility. Contact our real estate lawyers to arrange an appointment. We are confident that we will be able to demonstrate the value we bring to the table with respect to your zoning and subdivision problems.

Speak With Our Real Estate Lawyers Today

Contact us at 330-673-3444 for an initial consultation. Let us show you the difference our decades of experience and personal attention can make for your real estate agenda. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.