Real Estate and Zoning Law

Timoney Knox’s Real Estate and Zoning Law Group attorneys are highly skilled in all aspects of real estate law and have been serving the diverse and complex legal needs of the real estate community for decades.

We represent residential and commercial clients in all phases of real estate development, zoning, sales, purchases, financing and leasing. When guiding our clients through the approval and regulatory maze of the real estate market, our extensive knowledge of state, county and municipal laws and excellent interpersonal skills are critical to our success.

Our individual and business clients regularly rely on our lawyers to draft and close complex lease agreements and represent commercial sellers and buyers in commercial real estate transactions, including shopping centers, manufacturing facilities and office buildings. We also regularly appear before planning and zoning boards, as well as other administrative bodies and agencies.

Services Offered

  • Buying and selling land and buildings
  • Construction litigation
  • Land use and zoning
  • Mortgages and financing
  • Real estate tax appeals
  • Zoning regulation and litigation
  • Conservation planning and preservation
  • Easements, restrictions and paper streets
  • Mortgage foreclosures
  • Real estate litigation
  • Title issues

Please contact a member of our Real Estate and Zoning Law practice group for more information about our reliable and experienced handling of both residential and commercial real estate matters.

Practice Attorneys

Kate Harper

Catherine M. (Kate) Harper

p. 215-540-2622
MacAneney Head

John J. McAneney

p. 215-540-2635
George M. Riter

George M. Riter

p. 215-540-2632
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Eric B. Smith

p. 215-540-2653
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Kevin D. Birkhead

p. 215-540-2621
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Andrew W. Knox

p. 215-540-2643

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