Buying or selling a home doesn't have to be a daunting task. Our team is equipped to tackle everything from contract reviews and title searches to escrow documents and termite inspections.
We can help with a wide variety of real estate matters ranging from traditional purchases to highly complex and sophisticated transactions.
Residential Real Estate
The task of buying or selling a home can be a complicated process. Our experience in real estate and can make the process less complex. We can walk you through the process from contract through closing and the myriad of documents involved with the sale or purchase of a home:
Termite Inspection Reports
Our office will be able to assist in clearing title objections, review engineering reports, offer advice and assistance about financing, handle any problems unique to your situation and negotiate your contract to get you the best possible offer.
Commercial Real Estate
There are additional concerns when purchasing a piece of commercial property such as environmental issues, underlying leases and special financing. After assessing your needs, it is advisable to have an attorney included from the beginning of the process. Our office will be able to offer you guidance on small business loans, planning, permits and construction.
One of the core concepts of successfully negotiating a lease for either a landlord or tenant is an understanding of the significant issues faced by both sides. Our office understands how to prepare the Request for Proposal (RFP) and/or Letter of Intent, review proposals, evaluate offers and prepare Comparative Lease Analysis. We will make the process of relocating business operations less stressful and time consuming. Additionally, we will be able ensure that your RFP and/or Letter of Intent imposes no legal obligation to continue negotiations, provides that all parties negotiate in good faith and that if a formal agreement is not reached in a certain period of time, the negotiations may be terminated without legal ramifications to either party.
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