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Practice Areas

Texas Real Estate Law


Our practice areas cover everything related to buying, selling, leasing, or investing in residential or commercial real estate. In each of these transactions, there are numerous points where overlooked legal issues could arise. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced real estate attorney on your side when it comes to any type of real estate matter.



Buying & Selling

Whether you’re negotiating and preparing an offer to purchase or considering an offer as a seller, we can help you navigate the process. Get help with title and survey reviews, understanding loan terms, closing document review, and more.


Estate Planning

Estate planning plays a crucial role in real estate ownership, offering essential protection for your loved ones and ensuring a streamlined and cost-effective resolution of your affairs. We can help you understand the estate planning process and what documents may be appropriate for you at any milestone.


Commercial Leasing

In the realm of commercial leasing, the devil is indeed in the details of the lease. Having a clear, concise lease agreement will lay the foundation for a successful landlord-tenant relationship. We’re here to walk you through and ensure all boxes are checked.


Construction Contracts

Construction projects establish legal relationships among multiple parties, including owners, contractors, lenders, architects, and others. It is imperative that the appropriate contracts are in place to govern these relationships.


Condominium Development

The increase in density in urban areas like Austin has created significant growth in the number of newly developed condos. If you’re planning a development of your own, we can help facilitate the legal process and minimize headaches along the way.


Business Entities

There are a number of different types of entities available for real estate investment purposes, each carrying its own set of rules and regulations. If you don’t approach the regulations properly, you risk losing the advantages these business entities provide.


Title Closings

Real estate closings may be considered a volume business, but the truth is that no two files are alike. Our title staff understands the steps involved in both residential and commercial closings, and we’re happy to help you navigate your unique situation.


Non-Title Closings

While it’s possible to buy or sell real estate without a title company, it does present some unique challenges and risks. Our team will prepare you to tackle all of them and clear the path for a smooth transaction. 


We’re Here to Help

At HMB Law, we represent people buying, selling, leasing, and investing in Texas real estate, as well as the brokers, agents, lenders, and title companies who assist them. Our team can help manage your transaction and seek solutions for any challenges that arise during the process. 


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