Real Estate

Buying a new home, an investment property, or a piece of land for your growing business can be an exciting, but stressful time. Our attorneys are here to help you in the process and help make your real estate transaction go as smoothly as possible. We are able to help with both commercial and residential real estate deals.

After land is purchased, there may be other legal issues that arise in relation to your property. For example, a boundary dispute can arise between two neighbors, or a buyer may realize a defect in the property after the closing date.  Another problem that we can help with is when your property taxes are unfair or too high.

Residential Real Estate

There are many steps involved in purchasing a new home. Most buyers and sellers of residential property understand that they must agree to a price, exchange money for the property, and transfer title. There are other concerns, however, such as easements, boundary lines, home inspections, title disputes, covenants, and compliance with homeowner association rules and regulations, that can come up during or after the purchase of a new home.

Our attorneys will help you through the following stages of the home-buying process:

  • Attorney Review
  • Contract Formation & Contingencies
  • Home Inspection
  • Mortgage Contingencies
  • Title & Survey
  • Closing & Settlement
  • Post-Closing

Our New Jersey attorneys can also help you file a property tax appeal that could help lower your taxes!

Commercial Real Estate

Although many of the same ideas apply for commercial real estate transactions, there are additional concerns as well. You may have to ask whether the specific business you are trying to operate is allowed at location you want to buy. Zoning regulations, land use restrictions, and planning board policies may impact whether or not you can use the property for your intended purpose.

Need Help with a Real Estate Transaction?

The lawyers at Tagliente & Shah, LLC, can help you with your commercial or residential real estate transaction, or with problems that come up after closing.

Contact us today if you would like to speak to one of our firm’s attorneys about a real estate issue.