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Whether you are buying or selling a home, in a real estate law dispute, or contemplating a real estate transaction, it is important to know your rights and have them explained to you by a real estate lawyer. Real estate law encompasses a broad range of issues in relation to property law that you may have never thought about before such as, easement disputes, foreclosures, injuries, property taxes, neighbor relations, property deeds, real estate warranties, different types of mortgages, insurance, and issues related to buying and selling real estate. You will likely have several questions you need answered and an experienced real estate attorney, such as Edward P. Jordan II, can greatly help you.

"I want to thank you for helping me make a decision on purchasing a foreclosure property. Without your help I might have had some major problems regarding a second mortgage.  In any event I would like to let people know if they are considering purchasing a foreclosure, to cover themselves using a qualified real estate attorney like yourself. Mr. Jordan is very detailed in his work and gives you the tools to make proper decision. I did not buy the foreclosure and it went back to the bank (Fannie Mae). The bottom line is the second mortgage was $150,000 and was not properly addressed in the foreclosure process according to Mr. Jordan. If I had not gone to him regarding this matter and possibly purchased the property, it might have cost me a whole lot more than a visit to Mr. Jordan's office. I highly recommend his firm and would use him again."
- Edmund M.

"Dear Mr. Jordan,I want to thank you for helping me make a decision on purchasing a foreclosure property. Without your help I might have had some major problems regarding a second mortgage. In any event, I would like to let people know if they are considering a foreclosure to cover themselves using a qualified attorney like yourself. Mr. Jordan is most detailed in his work and gives you the tools to make proper decisions. I did not buy the foreclosure and it went back to the bank (Fannie Mae). The bottom line is the second mortgage was $150,000 and was not properly addressed in the foreclosure process according to Mr. Jordan. If I had not gone to him regarding this matter and possibly purchased the property it might have cost me a whole lot more than a visit to Mr. Jordan s office. I highly recommend his firm and would use him again."
Sincerely, Meyer