Indianapolis Real Estate Lawyers

Rollins Law Group enjoys working with our clients to accomplish their goals while helping minimize their risks.  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
    • For Sale by Owner (FSBO)
    • Note/Mortgage preparation
    • Land Contracts
    • Lease and option contracts
  • 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 an experienced and knowledgeable Indiana real estate lawyer on your side.  Contact us by email or call 317-558-9677 to schedule a free consultation to see how we can assist you.

COVID-19 and Indiana Landlords

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected most people in one way or another. Landlords and real estate investors are no exception. With federal and state moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures, landlords and lenders must be diligent to keep their real estate investments and rental property cash flows out of the red. Read on to find out steps landlords should take to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic

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Indiana’s Evictions on Hold (UPDATE)

Indiana’s Stay of New Eviction Filings On March 19, 2020, Governor Eric Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-06 which prohibited in Indiana new filings for all evictions and foreclosures on residential property during the state of emergency.  On April 3, 2020, Governor Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-17, which extended the state of emergency (and the stay…

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COVID-19 & Indiana’s Travel Restrictions (Update)

Executive Order 20-08 (Stay at Home Order) Updated 4-21 to reflect new expiration date “Essential travel” are buzz words I am regularly seeing on social media along with confusion and questions about what that term means to Hoosiers as it relates to Governor Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08 (“Stay at Home Order”).  The Stay at…

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ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATES FOR BUYING TENANT-OCCUPIED REAL ESTATE

​A tenant estoppel certificate is often associated with the due diligence phase of prospecting a purchase of the tenant-occupied property.  Estoppel certificates are common practice in commercial transactions but are often an unfortunate oversight in tenant-occupied residential purchases.  So, what exactly is a tenant estoppel certificate and how does it work? What is a tenant…

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Real Estate Question?

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Indianapolis Real Estate Lawyers

Rollins Law Group enjoys working with our clients to accomplish their goals while helping minimize their risks.  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
    • For Sale by Owner (FSBO)
    • Note/Mortgage preparation
    • Land Contracts
    • Lease and option contracts
  • 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 an experienced and knowledgeable Indiana real estate lawyer on your side.  Contact us by email or call 317-558-9677 to schedule a free consultation to see how we can assist you.

COVID-19 and Indiana Landlords

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected most people in one way or another. Landlords and real estate investors are no exception. With federal and state moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures, landlords and lenders must be diligent to keep their real estate investments and rental property cash flows out of the red. Read on to find out steps landlords should take to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic

Read More...

Indiana’s Evictions on Hold (UPDATE)

Indiana’s Stay of New Eviction Filings On March 19, 2020, Governor Eric Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-06 which prohibited in Indiana new filings for all evictions and foreclosures on residential property during the state of emergency.  On April 3, 2020, Governor Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-17, which extended the state of emergency (and the stay…

Read More...

COVID-19 & Indiana’s Travel Restrictions (Update)

Executive Order 20-08 (Stay at Home Order) Updated 4-21 to reflect new expiration date “Essential travel” are buzz words I am regularly seeing on social media along with confusion and questions about what that term means to Hoosiers as it relates to Governor Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08 (“Stay at Home Order”).  The Stay at…

Read More...

ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATES FOR BUYING TENANT-OCCUPIED REAL ESTATE

​A tenant estoppel certificate is often associated with the due diligence phase of prospecting a purchase of the tenant-occupied property.  Estoppel certificates are common practice in commercial transactions but are often an unfortunate oversight in tenant-occupied residential purchases.  So, what exactly is a tenant estoppel certificate and how does it work? What is a tenant…

Read More...

Real Estate Question?

About Page Form

  • Disclaimer - While we encourage you to contact us, you should not disclose any confidential or time-sensitive information through this form, email or any other communication unless and until we have formally established an attorney-client relationship by entering into a written engagement letter with you. By clicking the " AGREE & SUBMIT" button below, you understand that Rollins Law Group has NOT agreed to represent you, and an attorney-client relationship is NOT established merely by using this website, requesting a consultation, asking a question, or transmitting information to us. Furthermore, by clicking the "AGREE & SUBMIT" button, you agree that your submission will not restrict this firm from representing a client adverse to you.