Real Estate Issues
Mr. Doerr has handled complex real estate issues for over 17 years, including matters involving Seller's Disclosure Statements, purchase agreements, short-term rentals, leases, title issues, foreclosures, liens, quiet title, boundary disputes, partition, specific performance, and other real estate matters. Mr. Doerr also holds a real estate broker license.
Mr. Doerr has authored numerous articles and blogs on the topic, including an article in Spring & Summer (2018) edition of the Michigan Real Property Review. He also also appeared as a guest on a talk show (Practical Law) and radio show (the Inside Outside Guys) discussing real estate issues. He has also presented at numerous Real Estate Committee meetings for the Oakland County Bar Association.
In 2012, Mr. Doerr was involved an appeal to the Michigan Supreme Court, Kim v JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., 493 Mich 98; 825 NW2d 329 (2012), where the Michigan Supreme Court held plaintiffs must show they were prejudiced by an alleged failure to comply with Michigan’s foreclosure by advertisement statute in order to set aside an allegedly defective or irregular foreclosure. This is one of the leading foreclosure cases in Michigan with over 850 citations as of January 2021.