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Did you know that Amy Klein has joined the Residential Settlements team at Shulman Rogers?

July 31, 2015

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Did you know…that Amy Klein has joined the Residential Settlements team at Shulman Rogers?     

For those of you who do not know Amy, she has previously worked with District Title and Stewart Title Group in DC and has closed well over a thousand transactions in MD, DC, and VA. She is active in the DC Land Title Association and teaches GCAAR classes.  We are thrilled that Amy has joined the Shulman Rogers team!

For those of you who do not know about the “Did you know” series, it is a weekly e-mail blast with tidbits on what’s happening in our industry locally, and sometimes contains little refreshers on the practice of real estate. Generally, “Did you know” is a paragraph or two. We understand you are busy and have hundreds of emails to read. Our goal is to keep it short and sweet, but informative.

For those of you who do not know Shulman Rogers, the firm is the largest law firm in Maryland outside of Baltimore, with 100 attorneys. We handle matters ranging from residential settlements, commercial real estate, personal injury, employment law, trusts and estates, family law, real estate brokerage and agent representation, title company representation, and everything in between. BONUS: Despite being a large firm, our settlement prices are on par with other title companies in the area. We charge purchasers $795 plus title insurance for closing, with no additional hidden fees or charges.

Our main office is in Park Potomac above Founding Farmers. Our DC office is near Metro Center and our Virginia office is in Tyson’s Corner. We will also travel for closings to a location that is convenient for your clients. 

For more information regarding our Residential Real Estate Settlements Group or our general real estate transactions and litigation practice, please contact the Group Chair at (301) 230-6574 or settlements@shulmanrogers.com.

This publication/newsletter is for informational purposes and does not contain or convey legal advice. The information herein should not be used or relied upon in regard to any particular facts or circumstances without first consulting a lawyer.  

Residential Real Estate Practice