New Jersey Real Estate Lawyer Handling Residential and Commercial Closings
Whether you are a young couple hoping to buy your first home, a long-time home owner seeking to relocate, or a business owner about to purchase a commercial building, Natalie Esposito Capano, Esq., with the Aretsky Law Group, P.C., a New Jersey real estate lawyer can help you reach your goal. We handle both residential and commercial closings and other related matters.
For many people, the purchase or sale of their home is among the most important financial events of their lives. Whether you are the buyer or the seller, we will assist you throughout the process.
The buying and selling of a home involves several steps:
- Attorney Review;
- Mortgage Commitment;
- Inspection of Home;
- Certificate of Occupancy; and
The Contract and Attorney Review
When the seller accepts the buyer’s offer, then a contract is drawn. Many real estate contracts are prepared by a realtor. When a New Jersey realtor drafts the contract, then state law requires a 3-day attorney review, which goes into effect upon the signing of the contract by both parties.
During this period of time, your New Jersey real estate lawyer will review the document carefully to ensure that your rights have been protected and will recommend any necessary changes, additions, or deletions.
While the contract is in attorney review, either party can rescind it. If you decide that it is in your best interests to rescind the contract, we will help you follow the specific requirements to accomplish that goal.
Only contracts crafted by a New Jersey realtor are required by New Jersey law to include a provision for attorney review. If you are not working with a New Jersey realtor, it is important that you hire an experienced New Jersey real estate lawyer to create or review your agreement before you sign. Once you do sign, the contract will be binding.
Once the buyer and seller have agreed to a price, the contract has gone through attorney review, the buyer has secured a mortgage commitment, the house has been inspected, and the certificate of occupancy has been granted, the final step is the closing. Your Aretsky Law Group, P.C., real estate lawyer will attend the closing and will ensure that all the necessary documents are signed and in order and that funds are distributed appropriately.
- In addition to the purchase or sale of a home, we help our clients with other residential real estate matters:
- review of a refinancing agreement;
- drafting or review of a contract if you want to rent your home to another; and
- drafting or review of a contract if you want to lease a home.
Natalie Esposito Capano, Esq., represents clients buying and selling commercial properties. Commercial transactions often involve complicated issues, such as environmental problems and government regulations. Your Aretsky Law Group, P.C., attorney practices due diligence in dealing with these matters.
- Our skilled commercial real-estate attorney represents our clients dealing with these and other issues:
- purchase of a commercial building;
- sale of a commercial building;
- drafting or review of a commercial lease;
- settling of landlord/tenant disputes;
- zoning and land-use issues;
- leases involving investment property, including single and multi-family homes; and
- representation in disputes over property lines and other matters.
Counties Covered by Our Real Estate Attorney
When we are representing the seller, we handle closings throughout New Jersey.
When representing the buyer, our attorneys cover closings in:
- Bergen County
- Essex County
- Hudson County
- Middlesex County
- Morris County
- Passaic County
- Sussex County
- Union County
Contact our Aretsky Law Group, P.C., Real Estate Attorney
If you are buying or selling a home, purchasing a commercial building, or about to enter any other real estate transaction, you need an experienced and respected New Jersey real estate lawyer at your side representing your interests.
Contact us 24/7 at 800-537-4154.