In real estate investments, market fluctuations must be anticipated. From a legal standpoint, that requires due diligence. Our commercial real estate clients need to understand not only the consequences of entering into a contractual relationship, but also how to exit it, should the need arise.
We have the experience to anticipate contractual issues and provisions that might expose our clients to liability. We have guided clients through many different types of complex transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, mortgages and foreclosures, leases, zoning and title disputes, and quiet title actions.
With offices in Manhattan, Denver and New Jersey, we also have the resources to provide counsel in several interrelated areas of law. That way, we can analyze a potential investment or real estate project from multiple perspectives, including its tax, business and real estate implications.