Sonoma County real estate is perhaps the finest in California. Real estate attorney Robert Bialkin is also a REALTOR® and mortgage loan originator, bringing a unique holistic approach and knowledge to real estate law. Robert can assist both residential as well as commercial clients with real estate contracts, review leases, help with deeds and property transfers, draft promissory notes and security agreements, and deal with foreclosure, land disputes, and more.
Robert Bialkin is a real estate attorney in downtown Santa Rosa who serves all of Sonoma County, Marin County, Napa County, San Francisco and the entire Bay Area. He has over 50 positive online reviews and client testimonials with Google, Yelp, AVVO, and more, suggesting he is the best real estate attorney to work with in Sonoma County. READ REVIEWS
As a real estate attorney, REALTOR®, and mortgage loan officer Robert Bialkin has a well-rounded understanding of real estate transactions. He can assist clients with residential and commercial real estate, from homeowners to wineries. FREE CONSULT
Robert Bialkin is a real estate attorney but also a REALTOR® and mortgage loan officer. He can assist buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants resolve real estate disputes and smoothly facilitate the purchase or sale of real property. FREE CONSULT
Robert Bialkin is the perfect REALTOR® to help buyers and sellers negotiate a residential or commercial real estate deal. Who is representing you in what could be the biggest financial transaction of your life? Robert is also a mortgage broker so he can pre-qualify buyers himself without the need to rely on third-party loan agents like most REALTORS®.
Business and real estate are often related. Attorney Robert Bialkin in Santa Rosa can assist clients with many of the common issues facing investors, commercial landlords and tenants, wineries, and other real estate related businesses. FREE CONSULT
Robert Bialkin is also a bankruptcy attorney, using Chapter 13 to help his clients get caught up on missed mortgage payments or fight a wrongful foreclosure. But where that is not the best option, he can use a short sale at no cost to the client to deal with the property and make the borrower eligible for a new home loan sooner. FREE CONSULT