New York Real Estate Attorney
Selling or Purchasing Residential and Commercial Real Estate in New York
Selling or purchasing residential real estate should be a relatively simple process providing you have the assistance of competent counsel. Contracts should be examined to ensure there are no misrepresentations and mortgage documents must be checked for accuracy. Mistakes in this process can lead to unnecessary charges and delays. Ensuring that you have the highest quality, experience legal counsel addressing these matters could not be more important to you, both legally and financially. Our firm is prepared to provide you with the legal representation needed in even the most complex real estate partnerships, contracts and other matters. A New York estate litigation lawyer from Novick & Associates, PC has the long term experience and depth of understanding of real estate law you need in any such matter.
Real Estate Legal Matters in New York
When commercial properties are sold or purchased, the process can become more complicated. For example, there may be leases to review and/or terms of the sale may come into question. Real estate problems are often related to a failure to have the proper legal documentation or in the drafting of sale, lease or other documents that are not clearly written or have other problems. At our firm, we have over 30 years of experience in real estate law and have assisted countless clients in a wide range of issues that are of great concern.
When your finances are involved, it is important that every base is covered; every piece of documentation in the sale, lease or other real estate issue must be carefully drafted with correct legal language to avoid future problems, and we can help. Our years of experience, Donald Novick and his team have handled all types of real estate matters involving residential and commercial property. We have also handled mortgage closings for banks and other lending institutions.
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