Real Estate Law Services in Lewisburg, PA

(570) 524-4055
Since 1985

Buying a New Home? Renting? Call for Real Estate Legal Services

Are you buying a new home in the Lewisburg, PA, area? Perhaps you are renting out a new property in Union County, or are operating a farm in another area of central Pennsylvania. No matter where you are, attorney Lonnie C. Hill, J. D. can provide you with the real estate legal services you need to protect your investments. Local communities have been relying on Mr. Hill for years, so you can rest assured that your case will always be in good hands. Contact us today at (570) 524-4055 to schedule a consultation!

Commercial Loans in Lewisburg, PA

A commercial loan is different than a personal loan. It is a debt-based loan for companies banks to fund major expenses and operational costs that the company may otherwise be unable to afford. It is important to ensure that all commercial loans are fair and legal, so call on Lonnie C. Hill, J.D. in Lewisburg, PA, today before you begin a commercial loan application.

Need Help With a Mortgage? Call Attorney Lonnie Hill Today!

Mortgages are legal agreements between a creditor and a prospective property owner that allow the debtor to exchange the title of their house for a loan to pay for it. It is important to have a knowledgeable attorney assist you in ensuring that your mortgage is lawful and beneficial to you, so call Lonnie Hill, attorney at law today!

What Do Zoning Laws Include?

Zoning laws include requirements on the buildings (and size/height) allowed in certain places, the location of utility lines, restrictions on accessory buildings, building setbacks from the streets, etc. If you have a zoning dispute, call our office to obtain the comprehensive legal services you can trust.

Is Title Insurance Necessary for Buying and Selling Real Estate?

During a transfer of property ownership, title insurance is an important step. Title insurance protects property buyers and mortgage lenders against issues that may arise during the process. If a title is disputed in this process, the insurance company may be required to pay damages. After your attorney and the insurance company ensures that there are no heirs to the property, liens, pending legal cases, unpaid taxes, or any other issues, a title insurance policy can be issued. A title insurance policy protects against monetary loss or damage to you or your lender as a result of a defect in the title. It is not a guarantee of title or of lot lines. Generally, two title insurance policies are necessary - the homeowner’s policy and the lender’s policy, protecting both parties.