- Luis F. Hess, PLLC
- Real Estate Law
Luis F. Hess is a Texas real estate attorney in Shenandoah, in Montgomery County, Texas. His office is just north of The Woodlands and south of Conroe, TX. Bringing experienced legal services to the greater Houston area, Luis F. Hess, PLLC represents tenants, private investors, owners, and associations that are in need of legal guidance in real estate law.
Luis F. Hess is experienced in multiple facets of real estate law, from commercial leasing agreements to mortgage foreclosures. As a business owner himself, Luis F. Hess understands the drive, determination, and grit that it takes to successfully start a business and the importance of commercial real estate and property leasing to that success.
Moreover, when purchasing a home or fighting to keep your home, having an experienced attorney who has a thorough knowledge of mortgages, landlord-tenant issues, and leasing issues is invaluable.
Attorney Luis F. Hess provides real estate legal advice to individuals throughout Montgomery County and North Harris County. Specifically, Luis F. Hess, PLLC accepts cases in Conroe, Shenandoah, The Woodlands, Spring, and Houston, Texas.
Call Luis F. Hess, PLLC at (281) 205-8540 for more information about our services.
Real Estate Contract and Lease Negotiations: There is no such thing as a standard real estate contract. Every contract needs to be based on your terms and specific requirements. A basic checklist should include (a) determining your needs, (b) surveying the market of available locations, (c) the finances involved in the deal, the start date, tenant improvement, rental deposits, etc., and (d) closing the deal. The best way to negotiate a contract is hiring an experienced real estate attorney before entering any transaction.
Commercial Real Estate: We represent private investors and owners looking for commercial real estate investments. Our services include consulting, drafting, and reviewing purchase and sale agreements, leasing, title review, closings, compliance and due diligence, land use, commercial property foreclosures, and a number of other commercial real estate issues. We work with you in understanding the dynamics of a real estate project and in resolving the problems that arise from the transaction.
Community Association Representation: Associations should function as a business entity; making decisions regarding community and finance projects. Having a law firm act as your outside counsel may provide insight into resolving the business association’s questions regarding projects. Moreover, when facing a dispute, an attorney can act in the best interest of the association by exploring alternative dispute resolutions not involving litigation. Last but not least, a qualified attorney can take appropriate action in collecting delinquent home ownership or association fees.
Residential and Commercial Closings: While a real estate attorney is not required for a closing, an experienced attorney can ensure that everything is correct by the time the transaction closes. For commercial loans, the closing will likely include operating statements, (for a minimum of the past three years), certified lease copies, a certified rent roll, American Land Title Association (ALTA) lender’s title insurance policy, copies of encumbrances that will remain after closing, a current plat of survey, an environmental site evaluation report, and a site improvements inspection report.