Drummond Woodsum represents condominium and cooperative complexes, homeowner associations and management companies throughout New Hampshire and Maine. As a recognized regional leader in the area of real estate law, Drummond Woodsum offers association clients and their property managers expertise in a wide variety of matters including:
The community and condominium attorneys at Drummond Woodsum have extensive experience in all aspects of residential and commercial condominium and cooperative properties - including establishment, sale, purchase, development and termination. We have assisted homeowners associations in disputes between unit owners, property title matters and the use of common and limited common areas. In addition, we have assisted clients with the conversion of existing buildings into condominiums and development of new construction condominiums.
The Real Estate Group often works in tandem with the Community and Condominium Association attorneys and actively participates in the acquisition, financing and construction phases of projects. When drafting offering statements, our attorneys work in close harmony with our clients and their architects, engineers, selling agents, and managing agents to ensure that each and every aspect of the offering is meticulously and accurately set forth. Our attorneys assist clients with negotiating unit sales contracts and brokerage agreements, clearing title, coordinating and conducting closings, and any other legal issues that might arise related to the ownership, conversion and sale of units.
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