Residential and Commercial Property Transactions
Whether you are buying or selling property, there are any number of potential legal threats that could kill the deal or cost you later. Hiring an attorney to protect your interests is money well spent considering all that you have invested in the transaction.
The New York real estate contract attorneys of Stenger, Roberts, Davis & Diamond, handle both commercial and residential transactions. Based in Wappingers Falls, we cover the Hudson Valley, including Dutchess, Orange, Ulster County, Putnam, Westchester and Columbia counties.
Protecting Your Investment in Purchase or Sale of Real Estate
We advise and represent owners and buyers in every type of real estate transaction, including:
- Purchase or sale of commercial property
- Commercial lease agreements
- Buying or selling undeveloped land
- Purchase or sale of homes, town homes or condominiums
- Buying a foreclosure property
- Short sales
- For sale by owner (FSBO) transactions
- Contract for sale
With the collapse of the real estate market and the corresponding echoes of litigation, it is more critical than ever to insulate yourself as much as possible from liens, lawsuits, fraud, breach of contract and everything else that can go wrong in a real estate deal.
Our experienced and knowledgeable lawyers provide comprehensive review and legal support for all facets of the process. We can negotiate the terms on your behalf and provide the due diligence to protect your interest in purchase agreements, financing commitments, disclosures, title review and title insurance, environmental and code compliance and other aspects of the sale. We deal with lenders, lien holders, attorneys, government officials and any parties involved in your transaction.
Experienced Real Property Attorneys
We offer insights to avoid problems and creative solutions to resolve them. Our goal is handle all the details and head off conflicts so that you have no concerns at closing and no worries after the transaction is done. Contact us today for a free consultation with our purchase and sale agreement attorneys.
Albert Roberts is the contributing attorney to this content.