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Jason Anthony Greller

Jason Anthony Greller

Attorney Jason A Greller - Real Estate Lawyer, SC
  • Real Estate Law, Landlord Tenant
  • Wisconsin
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Reviewed by Ethan T. Miller October 25, 2018
Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Jason's vast knowledge and experience in real estate transactions is second to none. Nobody has seen it all, but he comes close. He does a great job for his clients!
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Originally trained as a litigator, Jason knows that the best way to avoid problems is to start with a well thought out and carefully crafted document. Jason's clients benefit from his 23+ years of practice, his comprehensive knowledge of real estate law and his experience assisting clients in thousands of transactions.

Jason is a frequent lecturer on the topic of residential real estate transactions and is recognized by both the local and national media as an innovative leader in Wisconsin real estate law. As a member of the Wisconsin Realtor Association Real Estate Forms Committee, Jason lends his expertise to the WRA regarding the use and modification of Wisconsin State approved forms used in real estate transactions throughout Wisconsin.

Born and raised in New York City, Jason came to Wisconsin to attend the UW Law School. Along the way he fell in love with the Madison area and married the love of his life. In his free time, Jason may be found spending time with his family, playing tennis, sailing on Lake Mendota or searching for a lost golf ball. He lives in the Town of Middleton with his wife and two children.

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Free Consultation
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  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Apple Pay
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Reasonable flat fees for buying or selling residential real estate. Flat fees for Quitclaim Deeds.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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7th Circuit
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  • French: Written
  • Spanish: Written
Professional Experience
Attorney Jason A Greller - Real Estate Lawyer, SC
Knoll & Greller, SC
Wisconsin Department of Justice - Public Intervenor
Madison City Attorney's Office
University of Wisconsin Law School
J.D. | Real Property Law
Honors: Honors Level GPA
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Trinity College
B.A. (1987) | International Studies
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Client's Choice Award
New York Regent's Scholar
New York State
Professional Associations
Wisconsin State Bar  # 1025044
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Wisconsin Realtor's Association - Real Estate Forms Advisory Committee
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Wisconsin Realtor's Association
Legal Section Member
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
Practical Considerations in Residential Real Estate Transactions in Wisconsin , Madison, WI
Lorman Education Services
Avoiding Residential Real Estate Pitfalls , Annual State Bar Symposium , Wisconsin Dells, WI
State Bar of Wisconsin
Websites & Blogs
Attorney Jason A Greller - Real Estate Lawyer, SC
Wisconsin Quitclaim Deeds & TOD Deeds
Legal Answers
72 Questions Answered

Q. my neighbor has put up a mailbox on my property,can i remove it.
A: Generally the law does not afford an aggrieved party the right to self help. In other words, you may not remove the mailbox. You may go to court and ask for an order requiring the neighbor to remove the box.
Q. My landlord passed away, how long do I have to stay here?
A: The property is now in the estate of your deceased landlord. Any heir receiving the property will take the property subject to any existing leases. If you are on a month to month lease then your lease may be terminated in accordance with law and proper notice. If your lease is for a longer term, then you may continue that lease for the minimum of the remaining term.
Q. My landlord has entered my unit multiple times without notice - what can I legally do?
A: Generally, a landlord can enter at reasonable times to inspect the premises, make repairs, or show the premises to prospective tenants. The landlord usually must give 12 hours notice before entry, unless immediate entry is necessary to preserve or protect the premises, such as in case of a fire or a burst water pipe. If landlord damaged the property on entry, then you may seek compensation. If there is a dispute as to damages that issue may be resolved in court.
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Attorney Jason A Greller - Real Estate Lawyer, SC
21 N Butler Street
Suite 101
Madison, WI 53703
Telephone: (608) 218-4030
Fax: (888) 716-3377
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