Assisting With Residential Real Estate Matters

Our homes are a major financial and emotional investment. An experienced lawyer can be a vital aspect of protecting this investment. Charles J. Keilty at Stern, Keilty & Wall, LLC, focuses much of his real estate law practice on issues facing residential lenders, including:

  • The home buying and selling processes, purchase and sales agreements
  • Residential mortgages and foreclosures
  • Complex title issues and legal services
  • Evictions or summary process
  • Nonpayment for cause issues
  • Condominium conversions
  • Conveyancing and closings
  • Refinancing and mortgage litigation
  • Predatory lending complaints
  • Local housing authorities
  • Lease disputes such as use of premises for illegal activities or nonpayment issues
  • Forcible entry

Charles Keilty has practiced law in Massachusetts since 1985. He has cultivated a reputation for his work in real estate title disputes, receiving referrals from colleagues, lending institutions and clients to research, analyze and solve complex title problems that come up in routine real estate transactions. Our firm can assist individuals and residential lenders with a variety of easement issues and access disputes.

When Real Estate Matters Intersect With Estate Planning, Administration And Elder Law

In many cases, real estate issues are a primary concern in estate planning, planning for Medicaid eligibility and administering an estate. Part of what makes our firm unique is our ability to combine comprehensive estate planning laws and techniques with real estate law to advise our clients on the best options for protecting their homes and property investments. If you need to manage the sale or purchase of a property in conjunction with your estate planning or long-term care planning strategy, our Salem residential real estate attorneys will protect both your immediate and long-term interests.

Contact Stern, Keilty & Wall, LLC

At Stern, Keilty & Wall, LLC, we offer a blend of estate planning, elder law, disability law, real estate law, and estate administration that provides support and counsel to clients along the continuum of lifetime planning.

We are located in historic Downtown Salem. Call 978-219-9932 or complete our contact form to schedule a consultation. We offer evening and weekend appointments by request. We can also arrange off-site appointments for those unable to travel or in emergency situations.