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Ocala Real Estate Attorney

Owning real estate in Florida is the main tool many people use to build assets. Whether that means your primary residence, a vacation home or commercial property, it is a very important asset to both you and the ones you love, especially those advanced in years.

At the law firm of Robert A. Stermer, we understand.

Delivering Solid Real Estate Advice, Solid Tax Advice

Our founder, Ocala real estate lawyer Robert A. Stermer, has devoted nearly a quarter of a century to helping clients buy and sell real estate. His background gives our clients many unique advantages. For example, they receive sound tax advice as Mr. Stermer has a second legal degree, a master's degree in taxation law. They also receive practical, cost-effective, yet creative solutions to their real estate challenges, because lawyer Stermer also has a background as a certified professional engineer and businessman.

Some of the real estate challenges our firm has handled for clients include:

  • Property taxes
  • Title searches
  • Real estate development
  • Commercial leasing
  • 1031 exchanges
  • Document and contract review
  • Representation at closing

With increasing local, state and federal regulations, buying and selling real estate continues to become more and more complex. Add to that the ever-changing tax laws. For these important matters, it is wise to consult a knowledgeable and experienced real estate and tax attorney.

Thinking About Buying Or Selling Real Estate? Call Us. We Can Help.

Before you begin your next real estate transaction, please call us, the law firm of Robert A. Stermer. You can contact us either online or by calling: 866-539-2021. Ask us about our free initial consultation.

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Robert A. Stermer
7480 Southwest Highway 200
Ocala, FL 34476
Phone: 866-539-2021
Fax: 352-861-0494
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