Purchase and Sale of Commercial Properties
Transactions involving the sale or purchase of commercial property are complex and often risky endeavors, requiring a team of attorneys with specific knowledge in the field. The real estate attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito bring to bear a wealth of experience handling sophisticated commercial real estate transactions in New Jersey and beyond. Our lawyers advise and represent buyers, sellers, and lenders in real estate deals involving all types of commercial property ranging from retail and industrial to warehouse and office space.
At Einhorn Barbarito, our real estate practice focuses on providing practical and timely advice grounded in a thorough understanding of the local and regional commercial real estate markets. Our lawyers work with clients at each phase of the transaction, from the letter of intent and due diligence through closing, as well as any post-closing matters that may need to be addressed. We are committed to helping you achieve success in a cost-effective manner while protecting your interests every step of the way.
The attorneys in our practice handle a full range of commercial real estate matters, including:
- Purchase and Sale Contracts
- Land Use and Zoning
- Title Disputes
- Commercial Property Leasing
- Ground Leases
- Development Contracts
- Real Estate Disputes
Providing Sound and Proactive Advice to Commercial Buyers and Sellers
In most situations, commercial real estate transactions are completed between “entities” rather than individuals. These types of transactions tend to be far more complex and require a longer and more detailed process than residential purchases and sales. Parties to the transaction need to have a full understanding of all aspects of the deal so that they can take appropriate precautions to avoid liabilities that may arise further down the road.
The New Jersey real estate attorneys in our practice are very familiar with the risks and challenges associated with commercial real estate dealings. Whether you are the buyer or seller, we will anticipate potential problems in advance and make certain that the deal is structured in a manner that ensures your success and safeguards your short and long-term interests.
Commercial real estate transactions are also subject to a host of legal and regulatory requirements at the local, state and federal levels. From land use and zoning issues to complicated tax implications, we have the knowledge and experience to help you overcome any legal obstacles that may stand in the way of a successful closing. For instance, commercial real estate contracts are often contingent upon the buyer obtaining certain approvals to move forward with a project. We understand the nuances of the approval processes and work to ensure that the language in our clients’ contracts accurately reflects the time considerations associated with securing any necessary approvals.
Einhorn Barbarito believes in taking a multi-disciplined approach to the practice of law, which means that as a commercial real estate client, you will have immediate access to attorneys working in all practice areas of our firm. These practitioners are ready and willing to provide input and assistance with complex transactional matters and litigation matters that may extend beyond the scope of our real estate practice.
Meet With a Member of Our New Jersey Real Estate Law Firm
If you have questions about the commercial real estate services offered at our firm or need representation relating to the purchase or sale of commercial property, we invite you to schedule a consultation with a member our real estate practice. Contact our New Jersey offices by calling 973-627-7300.
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