Hello fellow investors. I need help finding a real state attorney. Somebody who is investor friendly and understands creative investing. Preferably someone who is an investor himself or has experience working with investors and is located on north, northwest site of Chicago, Northwest or North Shore suburbs. Time is of an essence. Please respond on this platform.
Thank you in advance
Welcome to Biggerpockets Lindia. I am in STL please let me know if you need anything.
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Thank you Peter for valuable information.
@Lidia Syrwid :
Hi. Did you ever find a good attorney? I am in the market for one myself although I am located in southwest suburbs.
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