We provide many services relating to Commercial and Residential Real Estate including: Leases; Co-op and Condominiums;
Property purchasing and selling. The articles below are meant to give you a general sense of the kinds of services we provide. Please contact us so that we may be able to help you with your specific
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New Directions in Law and Real Estate. You can view
potential new homes at the click of a mouse. You can get up-to-the-minute information online about mortgage rates, taxes, the schools in a community, and even its crime rate. The Internet has given
homebuyers and sellers plenty of great new options. But the basics of buying and selling remain—offer, negotiation, acceptance, the sales contract, the closing. All of these—and much more—are so
saturated in law that the help of your lawyer is at least as important as ever, and maybe a bit more, given some of the options the Internet has opened up.
What You Should Know About Buying a Home. Home ownership can provide you with many benefits: secure shelter, a long-term investment and tax advantages. However, a home is also a major
financial commitment. There are ways to avoid costly mistakes that can strain your budget and your patience. This pamphlet contains tips to help you avoid problems when buying a
The Help You Need to Sell Your Home. One of the infallible signs of Spring-besides new leaves on the trees and the return of the birds-is the appearance of "For Sale" signs on lawns. If
you're thinking of selling your property, here are some tips on putting together a winning team on your side and making the process work for you.
Key Clauses in a
Lease. Here are some suggestions for how businesses can protect themselves in leasing property. A lot of these tips
would also be helpful to tenants considering residential leases.
Questions and Answers on Housing Leases. About a third of all Americans rent, rather than own, their homes.
Understanding the legal agreement that governs the tenancy is crucial for both landlord and tenant.
Landlord/Tenant. Whether you're a landlord or someone who might become a tenant of a particular unit, your first decision in a rental relationship is whether to choose each other. Make the right
choice, and both of you could be happy for years. Make the wrong choice, and you could be in for it--a "problem" tenant or a "problem" landlord usually does not improve over time.
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