Our accomplished Real Estate attorneys handle a multitude of issues surrounding the sale, purchase, lease and financing of commercial, industrial and residential real estate. Their commitment to truly effective legal representation provides our clients with passionate legal advocacy — and nothing less.
Led by Edmund (Ed) Mullin and Carl Weiner, two of the most preeminent and experienced real estate attorneys in Pennsylvania, both recognized in US News and World Report’s Best Lawyers in America for real estate law, the HRMM&L team provides “top shelf” representation in such matters as:
- Property conveyances and acquisitions
- Construction financing
- Zoning, sub-division and land development
- Environmental concerns
- Formation and operation of condominium/homeowners’ associations
- Tax assessments
- Eminent domain
- Quiet title actions
Clients include business entities, developers, investors, institutional lenders and individuals in connection with matters related to the acquisition, disposition, construction, development, leasing, financing and zoning of real property assets. Clients also include homeowners’ association for matters involving community document interpretation and drafting, rule enforcement and collections.
Our lawyers are highly involved and invested in the state’s real estate industry. Ed Mullin was appointed by the Joint State Government Commission of Pennsylvania’s General Assembly to chair a committee comprised of judges, law professors and lawyers for purposes of reviewing Pennsylvania’s real estate laws and rewriting those in need of updating and eliminating those no longer needed. Carl Weiner is a past President of the Pennsylvania/Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and has addressed members of the Urban Affairs Committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as a delegate from CAI’s Legislative Action Committee. Many of our real estate attorneys are repeat lecturers in real estate matters for Continuing Legal Education providers such as the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and several have presented seminars at the Pennsylvania Real Estate Institute’s annual conference in Philadelphia — the seminal industry program on new legal developments.