Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law
For your upcoming real estate closing, select an attorney who is board certified in residential and commercial real estate law for over 15 years with a proven tract record. Denton Real Estate Attorney R. Scott Alagood has those qualities and credentials and has over 20 years experience in the North Texas area. Scott Alagood is AV Peer Review Rated, with a Superb 10 AVVO rating and who has been selected as a Texas Super Lawyer in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2004 and 2003. Scott also writes a monthly column in the Denton Business Chronicle published by the Denton Record Chronicle.
Denton Real Estate Attorney Scott Alagood has represented clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions in hundred of thousand to multimillion dollar price range. Due to Scott’s experience no transaction is too large or small. Scott will handle every closing document and detail with absolute professionalism. Alagood Cartwright Burke PC’s professional staff will keep you up to date on the status of your case, respond to your emails, and prides itself on returning phone calls within 24 hours.
At Alagood Cartwright Burke PC, every aspect of your transaction’s closing will be handled by an experienced, professional and competent board certified residential and commercial real estate attorney with over 20 years of satisfied clients that return time and time again and most importantly have referred Scott Alagood to friends and family.
Scott Alagood can assist you with the following standard phases of Texas real estate closings:
- Title Commitment and Exception Documents review
- Real Estate contract preparation and review
- Abstracts of Title review
- Survey and easement review
- Preparation and review of all closing documents, including but not limited to, Promissory Notes, Deeds of Trust, and Warranty Deeds
- Restrictive Covenants
- Homeowner’s Association Issues
- Condominium declarations
- Boundary Disputes
- General Real Estate Litigation
- Construction Law
- Eminent Domain
- Title disputes
- Zoning disputes
- Mechanic’s and Materialman’s Liens
As a client of Alagood Cartwright Burke, PC, we will work closely with the title company and opposing counsel to make each transaction close as smoothly as possible. With Scott Alagood on your side, he will take the intimidation out of the closing process. Call Michelle at 940-891-0003 or email her at email@example.com to schedule a consultation with Scott.
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ARTICLES
by R. Scott Alagood
Texas Property Taxation (Part One)
Texas Property Taxation (Part Two)
Texas Water Rights
Ownership Transfer Restrictions
Texas Title Insurance Mineral Coverage
New Authority Concerning Building Within the ETJ
Commercial Lease Review – Part One
Commercial Lease Review – Part Two
Texas Recording Statutes
Foreclosure of a Property Owners Association Lien
Commercial Lease Review
Seller’s Disclosure of Property Condition in Residential Transactions
Buying Property at Foreclosure Sales: a Deal or a Dud?
Is Owner Financing Residential Real Estate SAFE?
Residential Construction Defects
Title Insurance: What it is and What it Isn’t
Should I Use a Quitclaim Deed?