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With a sophisticated, in-depth knowledge base in real estate, Dunlap Seeger assists owners, developers, economic development organizations, financial institutions and communities to effectively meet their real estate objectives. We provide smart counsel to our real estate clients in the areas of environmental impact, permitting, purchase/lease agreements, tax-deferred exchanges, foreclosures and workouts, land use and planning, financing, tax credits, litigation, dispute resolutions, property tax appeals, construction contracts plus more. Our attorneys have significant experience in negotiating right of way easements with companies, utilities and municipalities.

Title Service Inc., a full-service title company, partners with Dunlap Seeger in providing Rochester and surrounding communities with services for buyers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions. Learn More

 

Related Services


  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Commercial Leases
  • Compliance & Permitting
  • Eminent Domain
  • Financing
  • Housing & Community Development
  • Land Use
  • Landlord-Tenant Disputes
  • Litigation
  • Purchase Agreements
  • Title Services (including closings, opinions and insurance)

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May 11, 2020 Dunlap Seeger

Survey of Property Tax Deferments in Southeastern Minnesota

Many counties in Minnesota have passed property tax deferments and penalty waivers for the first installment due May 15. The following is a survey of the current property tax relief measures in southeastern MN counties: Olmsted County The Olmsted County Board of Commissioners approved a one-time, temporary abatement of penalties and interest which would normally accrue following late property tax payments. The county Board has extended the first half payment deadline from May 15th to July 15, 2020. The abatement of More +
April 14, 2020 Dunlap Seeger

Commercial Property Insurance Coverage for COVID-19-Related Income Loss

Two types of commercial property insurance may cover COVID-19-related income loss for businesses: Business interruption coverage, which covers loss of income that results when damage to a business’s property prohibits the business from operating; and Contingent business interruption coverage, which covers loss of income that results when damage to a business’s supplier’s property prohibits the business from operating. To trigger either coverage, “direct physical loss or damage” to property is required. The Minnesota Court of Appeals has held “physical loss” More +
January 11, 2019 Dunlap Seeger

Using Strategy to Decide on a New Location For Your Business

As you grow your business in Minnesota, you may encounter the need to invest in some more commercial property to help with the development of your organization. Deciding where to purchase this property is critical to your success and will require you to spend considerable time comparing your options. At Dunlap & Seeger, we have helped many business owners to secure and protect various aspects of their company. A lot of factors will need to be managed in deciding which property you purchase More +

Attorneys

John C. Beatty
Attorney | Shareholder
jcb@dunlaplaw.com

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Brenda Benitez
Attorney
bzb@dunlaplaw.com

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Daniel E. Berndt
Attorney | Shareholder
deb@dunlaplaw.com

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Paul W. Bucher
Attorney | Shareholder
pwb@dunlaplaw.com

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Karen M. Fetterly
Attorney
kmf@dunlaplaw.com

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With a sophisticated, in-depth knowledge base in real estate, Dunlap Seeger assists owners, developers, economic development organizations, financial institutions and communities to effectively meet their real estate objectives.

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