We represent purchasers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions throughout the state of Mississippi. We are affiliated with national title insurance companies. We represent banks and other lender’s in foreclosure and REO closings, statewide. Our clients and former clients include major banks as well as historically Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers and JPMorgan Chase’s mortgage backed funds.

Our firm represents builders in development and the sale of residential units, commercial construction companies, and banking institutions.

Cornelius Law Firm’s real estate attorneys will structure and document a wide variety of real estate transactions involving the acquisition and sale of commercial, residential, and agricultural real estate. Our real estate lawyers will represent purchasers and sellers of all types of property, including office buildings, apartment buildings, shopping centers, hotels, marinas and land for commercial and residential development. Let our real estate attorneys prepare and negotiate all the necessary documentation, assist in the due diligence process, and represent you at the settlement. Our real estate attorneys will provide representation to owners and tenants of office buildings and shopping centers in the negotiation, drafting, interpretation and enforcement of leases and subleases.

We will also assist and advise residential and commercial real estate developers on national, state and local requirements, in preparing master plans and zoning issues. We have represented transactions including Cargill, Dollar General, major constructions companies and other regional and local businesses.

In our residential practice we have prepared thousands of title opinions and closed more than a thousand residential transactions. We have done transactions with Mississippi lenders BancorpSouth, Renasant Bank, Community Bank, Trustmark, BNA, Regions, Hancock Bank, and others. We also have closed transactions for Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, and other national and regional banks.