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Michael P. Osborne, Esq.

mosborne@continentallawgroup.com
(978) 979-1543

Mike has successfully closed hundreds of real estate transactions during his legal career, with a primary focus on residential closings. He is experienced dealing with a number of property types, including single family homes, multi-family, condominiums and land purchases. Mike’s clients include buyers, sellers, investors, and both local and regional mortgage lenders. Mike has a superior and loyal reputation with his peers and colleagues in Greater Boston and the North Shore, with many repeat client and referral relationships. He is also an experienced title agent, advising lenders and buyers alike in their title insurance policies.

Professional Background
Prior to joining Continental Law Group in 2018 to lead the firm’s Residential Real Estate practice, Mike was an associate at a general practice law firm in Salem, Massachusetts. With a focus on Boston’s North Shore, Mike has been closing residential real estate transactions in Massachusetts since 2008. He has represented developers, investors, buyers, sellers and lenders with their real estate transactions. He prides himself on building relationships and providing a personalized experience to all his clients.

Education
B.A., Hamilton College
J.D., cum laude, Suffolk University Law School

Personal
Mike was born and raised on the North Shore and currently lives in Beverly with his wife and two children. During his free time he enjoys playing golf and ice hockey. He is also an active member of the Beverly Rotary Club.

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