Real Estate

Legal work doesn’t always have to be about dis­putes or dis­agree­ments. In fact, when it comes to real estate deals, both sides can walk away hap­py. That’s the goal behind the trans­ac­tion­al prac­tice at Tiemeier & Stich. Our attor­neys assist a wide range of clients includ­ing real estate own­ers, investors, devel­op­ers, archi­tects, engi­neers, and lenders as they nav­i­gate these trans­ac­tions, big and small, sim­ple and com­plex. With our exten­sive expe­ri­ence and under­stand­ing, we can help with pur­chas­es, com­mer­cial lease nego­ti­a­tions, financ­ing, and every oth­er facet of a trans­ac­tion. If there is a need for lit­i­ga­tion, how­ev­er, we are equipped to han­dle it with max­i­mum effec­tive­ness. Tiemeier & Stich’s attor­neys are reg­u­lar­ly involved in dis­pute res­o­lu­tion dur­ing all phas­es of real estate acqui­si­tion, finance, devel­op­ment, land use, bro­ker­age, leas­ing, own­er­ship, sale, and man­age­ment, and our expe­ri­ence includes mat­ters relat­ed to evic­tions, landlord/tenant, prop­er­ty man­age­ment, mechanic’s liens, com­mon own­er­ship assess­ments, lien pri­or­i­ty, and tax assess­ment appeals.

Legal work doesn’t always have to be about dis­putes or dis­agree­ments. In fact, when it comes to real estate deals, both sides can walk away hap­py. That’s the goal behind the trans­ac­tion­al prac­tice at Tiemeier & Stich. Our attor­neys assist a wide range of clients includ­ing real estate own­ers, investors, devel­op­ers, archi­tects, engi­neers, and lenders as they nav­i­gate these trans­ac­tions, big and small, sim­ple and com­plex. With our exten­sive expe­ri­ence and under­stand­ing, we can help with pur­chas­es, com­mer­cial lease nego­ti­a­tions, financ­ing, and every oth­er facet of a trans­ac­tion. If there is a need for lit­i­ga­tion, how­ev­er, we are equipped to han­dle it with max­i­mum effec­tive­ness. Tiemeier & Stich’s attor­neys are reg­u­lar­ly involved in dis­pute res­o­lu­tion dur­ing all phas­es of real estate acqui­si­tion, finance, devel­op­ment, land use, bro­ker­age, leas­ing, own­er­ship, sale, and man­age­ment, and our expe­ri­ence includes mat­ters relat­ed to evic­tions, landlord/tenant, prop­er­ty man­age­ment, mechanic’s liens, com­mon own­er­ship assess­ments, lien pri­or­i­ty, and tax assess­ment appeals.

Recent Results

Litigation

  • Max Stich obtained Sum­ma­ry Judg­ment by an Ara­pa­hoe Coun­ty Dis­trict Court, where­in the Court dis­missed all of the plaintiff’s claims against Mr. Stich’s client. In this case, the plain­tiff, a real estate bro­ker sought near­ly $200,000 in dam­ages as the result of not receiv­ing a com­mis­sion, when Mr. Stich’s client pur­chased a shop­ping cen­ter. The Court dis­agreed with the Plain­tiff and found that it was undis­put­ed that the plain­tiff did not earn a com­mis­sion.

  • Mr. Stich, rep­re­sent­ing an out-of-state real estate mort­gage investor, suc­cess­ful­ly moved to have a receiv­er appoint­ed for a mort­gage com­pa­ny who was ser­vic­ing the client’s loans in Col­orado, which totaled near­ly five mil­lion dol­lars. Pri­or to the appoint­ment of the receiver­ship, Mr. Stich and the client deter­mined that the mort­gage ser­vic­ing com­pa­ny had abscond­ed with near­ly $200,000 of the client’s funds. After the appoint­ment of the receiv­er, Mr. Stich was able to obtain a judg­ment in the com­plete amount of loss to the client.