Residential Real Estate Transactions
Whether you are purchasing your first home or selling an existing property, residential real estate transactions involve complicated legal issues requiring the knowledge and skills of an experienced real estate lawyer. There are many legal details that must be properly addressed throughout the process and making a simple mistake or having a misunderstanding can prove to be very costly down the line.
The New Jersey real estate lawyers at Einhorn Barbarito are very familiar with the myriad of issues that can arise when a family home, condo unit or other residential real estate is bought or sold. Our attorneys counsel and represent buyers, sellers, lenders and borrowers in a wide variety of residential real estate transactions. The depth and breadth of our experience, combined with our understanding of the state and regional real estate market, enables us to provide our clients with practical guidance and sound advice at every stage of the transaction.
Comprehensive Services in Residential Real Estate Sales and Purchases
At Einhorn Barbarito, we focus on delivering comprehensive representation to our residential real estate clients. Our legal services encompass:
- Real Estate Purchases and Sales Agreements
- Real Estate Closings
- Title Disputes
- Residential Leases
- Partition Actions
- Boundary Line and Survey Disputes
- Zoning Matters
- Breach of Contract
- Buyer-Seller Disputes
Protecting our Clients in Residential Real Estate Sales and Purchases
With decades of experience and extensive knowledge of New Jersey real estate laws, Einhorn Barbarito’ lawyers fully understand the intricacies and challenges associated with virtually all types of residential real estate matters. Our lawyers will take the time to explain complex legal concepts and carefully navigate you through every step of the transaction. We want to make sure that you have the advice you need to make well-informed decisions for your specific situation.
At Einhorn Barbarito, we know that there are many risks inherent in residential real estate transactions. Whether we are drafting documents for the sale or purchase of a property, reviewing loan documents or analyzing easements or other property restrictions, we focus on advancing your interests and protecting you from potential problems that may arise before, during or after the transaction. Should a conflict or dispute arise, our attorneys will be at your side, carefully analyzing the situation and working to reach a fair and beneficial resolution. While we attempt to settle residential real estate conflicts early on outside of the formal litigation process, we are fully prepared to advocate on your behalf in court and before administrative bodies should it be in your best interest to do so.
New Jersey Real Estate Attorneys Can Provide the Guidance You Need
While buying or selling a home or other residential property can come with great opportunities, there are important legal steps that should be taken to minimize risks and ensure that the process goes forward as smoothly as possible. The real estate attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito understand these challenges and are committed to assisting clients with all aspects of residential real estate transactions.
If you need knowledgeable legal counsel in connection with a residential real estate purchase or sale, call us today at 973-627-7300 to schedule a consultation with a member of our real estate practice.Print PDF
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