The Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb and Kershner
Pennsylvania Real Estate Attorneys

Pennsylvania Real Estate Attorneys

Commercial Property Attorneys and Housing Lawyers in Berks County, PA

Real Estate Attorneys

Real estate and business relationships are prone to complications and require experienced real estate attorneys. The real estate market can be volatile and frenetic. Almost every real estate transaction contains hidden complexities and peripheral issues that must be addressed. Our team of real estate attorneys is uniquely positioned to make your real estate transactions as seamless and as stress-free as possible. Without knowledgeable representation, you risk making a critical mistake that could jeopardize your investment.

The Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner has clients which include businesses and corporations of all sizes, cooperative and condominium boards, property owners, condo and co-op owners, shareholders, partners, commercial and residential landlords, property owners, management companies, individuals, and tenants. We represent both buyers and sellers in real estate transactions.

Our Commercial Property Attorneys can help you with real estate and property disputes, business counsel and litigation, purchase and sale of properties, planning and zoning approvals, environmental clean-up and compliance, condominiums, cooperatives, as well as landlord and tenant matters.

Land Use, Development, and Zoning Attorneys

The Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner works on every stage of development projects to initiate acquisition of real estate sites, gain approval according to zoning regulations and seamlessly manage the sale or leasing. Our zoning and land use attorneys can help you understand land use laws and zoning regulations, both of which concern how you use your land.

Zoning regulations specify things such as how close together different types of buildings can be, how far back from the sidewalk buildings must be set, how high you can build, and how much parking you need to provide. Land use attorneys at the Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner are highly skilled in the litigation and appeal of adverse land use decisions including rezonings, land development, variances, certificates of occupancy, special use, and permits, code violations, and environmental regulations.

These matters can be considerably complicated, and in some cases, hold up progress on the projects that our clients are concerned about. We can determine which rules apply to your situation, and whether you qualify for any variances. In order to keep the development process moving forward, clients sometimes need to build a case for relief from restrictions that are in place. The Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner has the experience needed to bring these matters before municipal boards and government agencies to help real estate projects get underway and stay on schedule.

Our real estate lawyers can assist you will legal issues such as eminent domain, subdivision and land development plans, property rights issues, damage to real property, deeds and easements, residential or commercial property sales, planning and zoning, district and local property taxation, construction contracts, space and land leasing, land or boundary disputes, condemnations, rights-of-way disputes, and much more.

Development, Zoning, and Land Use Attorneys in Reading, PA

Copyright © Mogel Speidel Bobb & Kershner | All rights reserved.

Main Reading Law Office: 520 Walnut Street, Reading, PA 19601 | Call: 610-376-1515
Womelsdorf Law Office: 130 West High Street, Womelsdorf, PA 19567 | Call: 610-589-5755
Douglassville Law Office: 840 Benjamin Franklin Highway (Route 422 East), Douglassville, PA 19610 | Call: 610-376-1515
Visit us on Google+ | Like us on Facebook

The Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, & Kershner represents clients in Berks County, Reading, Wyomissing, West Reading, Exeter, Shillington, Pottstown, Birdsboro, Mt. Penn, Boyertown, Muhlenberg, Lehigh County, Allentown, Lebanon County, Lebanon, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Ephrata, Montgomery County, Norristown, Schuylkill County, Pottsville, Chester County, West Chester, and throughout Eastern Pennsylvania.