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Real Estate

REAL ESTATE

Our founder Joel Fremstad was General Counsel for a real estate development company and is still involved in ownership of commercial properties. We have been involved with all aspects of real estate transactions and look forward to assisting you.

DRAFTING AND REVIEW OF REAL ESTATE AGREEMENTS

We develop, negotiate, and review residential and commercial real estate agreements for our real estate clients, including purchase and sale agreements and contracts for deed for clients who are buying or selling their home or investment property.

CONSTRUCTION AND CONTRACTORS

Fremstad Law works with everyone from property owners seeking to develop projects to contractors, subcontractors, service providers, and suppliers. We can assist with providing specialized construction documents, general and subcontractor agreements, purchase orders, proposals, estimate and the like. We also can assist with disputes that arise out of the process as well as helping to collect debts. We also advise about contractor laws and lien laws, including when and when not to use liens, which can be especially tricky in North Dakota and Minnesota. 

REAL ESTATE DISPUTES

Fremstad Law can assist buyers, sellers, lenders and developers with all manner of real estate disputes including easement and boundary disputes, adverse possession, real estate fraud, purchase and sale disputes, lease disputes, title disputes, breach of contract actions, and collection.

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT–LEASES

Fremstad Law can assist property owners with all aspects of property management including preparation of leases, evictions, and collections.

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