Real Estate Law and Closings

Real Estate Law and Closings

If you own a home, lease a property, or have neighbors, real estate law impacts your life. At Walker Hulbert Gray & Moore, LLP, we understand relevant local and state laws and the repercussions they can have on your life and finances.


A real estate transaction can shape your future – positively or negatively. It’s a huge purchase that warrants legal advice. Our experienced team strives to put the client first by being readily available to answer questions that arise during the closing process.

Our real estate team has experience closing real estate transactions all over Middle Georgia to include Houston County, Bibb County, Peach County, Macon County, Pulaski County, Taylor County, Dooly County, and beyond.


Once you acquire property, there may be instances in which disputes arise. Our attorneys are experienced in handling litigation matters where real property is the focus. If you purchased property at a tax sale, you may need to foreclose the right to redeem and/or quiet title to the property. We are able to assist you with this process.

A specific list of real estate services provided by Walker Hulbert Gray & Moore, LLP includes:

  • Residential Transactions
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Agricultural Transactions
  • Foreclosures
  • Commercial Dispossessory
  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Foreclosing the Right to Redeem for Tax Sale Properties
  • Assist with Investments in Recreational Land for Timber and Hunting
  • Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act
  • Partitions
  • Tax Assessment Appeals
  • Titling Issues
  • Title Examinations
  • Deed Preparation
  • Real Estate Contract Disputes

Every property is unique – and so are our clients’ needs. Walker Hulbert Gray & Moore, LLP is dedicated to protecting your interests and meeting your real estate goals. Contact us for your free consultation.

Frequently asked questions about real estate law