For the past thirty-five years, Ted Smith has successfully assisted clients in every aspect of real estate law. During this time, Ted Smith has helped his clients avoid many of the problems associated with complex real estate transactions. Ted Smith has represented associations, builders, buyers, contractors, developers, property management companies, home owners, real estate agents, and sellers. Ted Smith takes the time to help his clients understand all of their options under the law. The real estate lawyers at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC can draft every type of real estate document, including closing documents, deeds, easements, notes, and security agreements. Our real estate attorneys have experience in every facet of real estate law and know how to get the results you deserve. Come in to see us today and let us help you with your real estate transactions.
The real estate lawyers at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC can help you review or draft lease agreements for your residential or commercial property. We can advise you on the purchase or sale of residential or commercial property. We can also help you resolve legal disputes that arise from ownership of residential or commercial property. Let our law firm handle your real estate matter. Ted Smith has been Board Certified in Residential and Commercial Real Estate by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983.
Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC handles real estate closings for both residential and commercial properties. If you are a bank, title insurance company, real estate agent, buyer, or seller, contact us today for a free consultation on your real estate closing.
If you have decided to sell your home without the assistance of a real estate agent, let the attorneys at Ted Smith Law Group draft your purchase agreement and other legal documents associated with the sale transaction. Contact the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today at 254-690-5688.
Did you know that the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC drafts real estate documents? We can draft deeds to transfer title to your property. There are many types of deeds including: General Warranty Deeds, Special Warranty Deeds, Deeds without Warranties, Assumption Deeds, Wraparound Deeds, and Deeds of Trust. Let the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC help you choose which deed you need for your particular property transfer. Contact the real estate lawyers at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today at 254-690-5688.
As a tenant or owner of a mixed use property, you understand the challenges associated with living in, working in, or owning mixed-use property. If you want to purchase or sell mixed use property, we can advise you on the process, draft documents, and provide general legal guidance. If you are involved in a legal dispute regarding mixed use property, let the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC be your advocate and fight for your interests.
Is the government trying to take your property by eminent domain? We can handle all aspects of these types of proceedings including: determining whether the government is authorized to take your property, property valuation, settlement negotiations, and representing you at trial. Contact the real estate lawyers at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today for a free consultation.
Do you own a property management company? Do you want to start a property management company? Are you involved in a dispute as the owner of a property management company or do you have a dispute with a property management company? Let the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC help you draft lease agreements, review lease agreements, incorporate your business, negotiate a settlement, represent you at trial, and much more. Call the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today!
Are you behind on your mortgage payments or has the bank foreclosed on your property? Contact our real estate attorneys today for a free consultation on your foreclosure matter.
Do you need help placing a mechanics lien on a property? Are you trying to sell your property, but need a mechanic’s lien removed? Let a real estate lawyer help you through this process. When a home or business owner decides to remodel their property many problems can occur. For example, the remodel may have been done wrong and the owner does not want to pay for the work done, the owner may have run out of funding, and the contractor may have left the project without paying the subcontractors. These types of issues may result in the need for a mechanic’s lien to be placed on the property. A mechanic’s lien is a security interest in the title of the property for the benefit of those who supplied material and labor for the property’s improvement. Mechanic’s liens are recorded and may cause problems when the homeowner decides to sell their property. If you need help with a mechanic’s lien contact the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today.
Are you a contractor or construction company being sued by one of your customers or subcontractors? We can help. Contact our real estate attorneys today for a free consultation on your real estate matter.
You may find yourself in a dispute over where your property line begins and where it ends. You may want to live in peace with your neighbors, but find that it has become unbearable to do so. If you want to take legal action or if you have been served with legal papers regarding a boundary dispute, contact the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today. Our experienced attorneys can help fight for your interests and rights in a variety of boundary dispute claims. Contact our real estate lawyers today.
If you need your property rezoned or if you need to apply for a variance to use your property in a different way, contact Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today. We can help familiarize you with local zoning requirements, advise you on your legal options, help you apply for a variance, and argue your case in front of local government officials and homeowner’s associations.
At the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC, we represents small businesses and individuals in real estate transactions throughout central Texas, including Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, Temple, Copperas Cove, Calvert, Waco, Bell County, Coryell County, Milam County, Burnet County, Lampasas and Williamson County.