Details Count In A Real Estate Transaction
Real estate, whether owned or leased, is a significant asset and investment for any business or individual. But to get the greatest value from your real estate transactions, you must be careful to avoid legal pitfalls that can cause persistent problems for as long as you hold the property. Every detail matters in a real estate transaction to prevent future complications. Your attorney needs to understand the significance of every document and every step of the process.
At Herold Law, P.A., our real estate attorneys represent a broad spectrum of New Jersey clients, from large-scale commercial developers to first-time homebuyers. We have the knowledge and experience to help you maximize the value of your commercial and residential real estate transactions. Should disputes arise, we also have the skills necessary to litigate assertively to protect your rights.
Commercial Real Estate Requires Skilled Management
Our business and commercial law firm handles every task connected to the acquisition and development of residential, commercial and industrial properties. You can rely on our knowledgeable attorneys to:
- Negotiate acquisitions
- Draft and review contracts for sale
- Review lending agreements
- Conduct title and lien searches
- Conduct closings
- Handle construction documentation
- Manage land use, zoning and permitting issues
- Manage lease transactions
In our experience, discovering errors and remediating problems after a transaction is finalized are always more costly than preventing problems in the first place. Therefore, our lawyers are meticulous in performing our due diligence prior to every transaction to enhance its value to our clients.
Looking Out For You When Disputes Arise
Despite everyone’s best efforts, legal disputes do still arise regarding commercial and residential real estate matters. Our attorneys manage litigation skillfully and aggressively to protect our clients’ rights in various conflicts related to:
- Boundary and easement disputes
- Commercial evictions
- Commercial foreclosures
- Commercial landlord-tenant issues
- Eminent domain and inverse condemnation
- Homeowners association and condominium issues
- Insurance coverage and indemnification issues
Our attorneys are adept negotiators and often resolve disputes out of court through alternative dispute resolution processes such as mediation and arbitration. However, when your real estate dispute requires a civil trial, we head to court prepared, and we fight aggressively to win.
Schedule An Appointment Today
The real estate attorneys at Herold Law, P.A., are determined to enhance the value of your real property transaction or litigation. To schedule a consultation with a skilled and knowledgeable real estate lawyer, call our Warren office at 908-647-1022 or contact us online.