Buying and/or selling a home becomes the important decision that many people make in their lifetimes, and with importance comes financial and contractual complexity. In any residential real estate transaction, both sides: buyers and sellers must review many documents, including legally binding documents that require signatures. Legal advice from an attorney practicing residential real estate can help brining your financial risk to the minimum and therefore becomes the most important first move as you begin your property purchase negotiations after the contract is accepted by the Seller and is fully executed.
For years, S. Aaron Tenenbaum represented developers in acquisition of the vacant land, distressed or pre-demolition properties, representation throughout the construction process and sale to third party buyers upon completion of remodeling or new construction. We have done subdivisions, converted rental properties into condominiums, created new condominium and townhome associations, facilitated variances, were instrumental in commencement and completion of complex real estate transactions. Majority of work is being done on flat fees, so there are no surprises. We provide valuable legal services to builders and commercial clients at most competitive […]
For homeowners who ended up in the situation when their property is worth less than they owe to the banks and lienholders, we offer an individual legal “short sale” approach. A short sale allows the real property to be sold even if the lenders are not getting full payoff on the existing loans. With our experience in foreclosure representation and various levels of dealing with creditors, we are proud to state that we successfully close about 98% of our short sales files and always negotiate with our clients’ best interests […]
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