Indianapolis Real Estate Lawyers

Rollins Law Group enjoys working with our clients to accomplish their goals while helping minimize their risks. Whether you are a landlord or home-owner, having a team of real estate lawyers can relieve the stress in making decisions.  Our real estate clients include homeowners, out-of-state investors, builders, landlords, brokers, commercial and residential property management companies, contractors, and turn-key investors to name a few.


Below is a list of services we provide our clients:

  • Entity formation and structuring
  • Landlord-Tenant Law
  • Evictions
  • Leasing – Residential, multifamily, and commercial
  • Title Issues
  • Foreclosures
  • Sheriff’s Sales
  • Quiet Titles
  • Mechanic’s Liens
  • Purchase or Sale of Real Estate
  • Easements
  • Zoning and Variances
  • Code Compliance
  • Land Use
  • Title, Survey and Due diligence
  • Real estate litigation
  • Homeowner Associations (HOAs)
  • Construction & Remodels
  • Builder contracts
  • No-lien contracts

How can an Indiana real estate attorney help me?

Real estate is a complex subject matter and involves some of the most important financial decisions made by people during their lives.  Real estate contracts can be long and complex. Even the slightest variation in a real estate document can have serious consequences. Given the financial commitments associated with most real estate transactions, it is important to have experienced and knowledgeable Indiana real estate lawyers on your side.  Contact us by email or call 317-558-9677 to schedule a free consultation to see how we can assist you.

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