The experienced real estate attorneys at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig do much more than merely “handle” real estate transactions for our many clients. Our foreclosure and real estate attorneys are seasoned, patient, and sensitive to our clients’ needs. We address all of your concerns, and our work is not complete until our clients are comfortable and satisfied with the outcome.

Real estate is one of the most lasting and reliable investments one can make. Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig’s Washington DC foreclosures lawyer team have represented commercial real estate owners in a variety of real estate matters–from contractual disputes relating to ownership or specific performance to foreclosures on commercial properties. We bring that experience and unique perspective to the table through all stages of a commercial real estate matter.

Our nationwide foreclosures lawyer litigation team also handles a wide range of commercial real estate related disputes for developers, owners, buyers and sellers, tenants, brokers, operating and management companies, contractors, and lenders. We have in-depth experience with landlord/tenant disputes, commission disputes, enforcement of purchase and sale agreements, enforcement of development and operating agreements, litigation of claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Fair Housing Act (FHA) and their state law analogs, enforcement of restrictive covenants, and litigation between borrowers and lenders.

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig maintains the highest possible professional standards; provides quality legal services to clients at a reasonable cost; and works with all parties involved to bring your real estate matter to a satisfactory resolution. We have a proven and impressive track record of successfully representing commercial property owners in a number of cases. We strive to represent our clients in the most cost-effective manner possible. As a boutique firm with lawyers from top twenty schools and pedigree resumes, we provide our clients with large firm expertise and service at economical rates.