John Maurer, Real Estate Attorney

Posted on September 22, 2010 by

John Maurer, Attorney at LawJohn Maurer was born in Nashville Tennessee and attended undergraduate college at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee. He came to Georgia in 1992 to study law at Emory University and graduated in 1996 with his J.D. Upon passing the Bar, he practiced litigation and was admitted to practice in all Georgia Courts including the Federal Northern and Middle District Courts of Georgia. In 1998 he began his work in residential real estate. In 2004 he left the firm of Stevens, Maurer and Cooper to open his own firm where he felt he could give more personalized service to his clients.

John J. Maurer, LLC is a boutique law firm whose practice is concentrated in residential real estate transactions. The firm tends towards investor clients and deals largely with nonconforming “hard money” transactions, as well as interest only or negative amortization loans for investment property. The primary goal of John J. Maurer, LLC is to provide swift and accurate closings for a reasonable price. Typically closings are consummated within three to five business days of receipt of the initial title request. Title problems such as probate issues, prior liens and mortgages, and breaks in chain of title are swiftly handled to insure a good marketable title for each closing.

John Maurer has twelve years experience in closing real estate transactions and prides his firm on customer service. He believes that when someone calls for any reason that they should be able to reach a staff member that can assist them, or reach John Maurer himself. Written requests are answered promptly, with an eye towards answering all requests before the end of the business day.

John J. Maurer, LLC, Attorney at Law

2295 Parklake Drive
Bldg. 12, Suite 500
Atlanta, GA. 30345
Phone: (678) 443-9622
Fax: (678) 443-9249

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  1. Floyd Monroe says:

    John I am seeking a lawyer who can and will assist me and my private lender in our deal. I am offering 20% on all deals and I want to make sure I have a contract that will ensure my lenders are protected and me as well. Mainly, what I am saying is that I have a private lender on my team and I want to do every thing right. Can you assist.

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