Real Estate Law And Transactions

Real estate is fundamental to virtually every business of substance. Companies need space — offices, factories, warehouses, stores and shops — to conduct business. In addition, there are many businesses whose operations consist of buying, selling, leasing, developing, and brokering real estate transactions. Since real estate is an integral part of doing business, proper knowledge of real estate law is essential.

What We Do

Offit Kurman real estate attorneys are highly qualified to help clients, whether they are end-users of real estate, or whether they are engaged in the business of real estate transactions. Our real estate lawyers are experienced in the following aspects of real estate law:

  • Drafting and negotiating contracts for the purchase and sale of real estate;
  • Drafting and negotiating real estate leases;
  • Assisting with real estate financing and development issues;
  • Assisting with land use and zoning assessment matters.
The real estate attorneys at Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law are well-equipped to assist clients at the closings of real estate purchases and sales.

Ready to learn more? Contact Offit Kurman today!

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