Real Estate Attorney in Newark, NJ
Handling Commercial & Residential Real Estate Matters
Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed, Attorneys at Law handles real estate transactions and complex commercial transactions in New Jersey. We have an extensive background in tax, business, and commercial litigation. As committed business lawyers, we are dedicated to assisting clients in all aspects of their commercial needs, including business start-up plans that may require affordable real estate property.
Our clients in the past have included:
- Real estate developers
- Multi-family developers
- Multi-family property owners
- Condominium associations
- Cooperative corporations
- Home buyers and sellers
- Property managers
- Financial institutions
- Government agencies
When you need a dependable Newark real estate lawyer to handle your real estate law matters, Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed, Attorneys at Law is the law firm to trust.
Do I Need a Lawyer to Buy a House in NJ?
The state of New Jersey does not require an attorney for closing on a house or commercial property. However, most homeowners choose to have a real estate attorney to represent them during the process. An attorney with experience in real estate law can best help protect your rights and best interests in a real estate transaction. Retaining an attorney is also crucial if you need assistance with non-transactional matters, such as landlord-tenant disputes or tax structuring.
Real Estate Legal Issues We Handle
For over 20 years, our firm represented the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the sale of foreclosed properties in New Jersey. We have also represented the United States Department of Justice in the foreclosure of properties in New Jersey.
Our firm's varied and extensive real estate experience includes:
- Condominium development, conversion, and representation
- Cooperative Representation
- Negotiation and preparation of contracts
- Residential and commercial leases
- Planning for land acquisition
- New construction and rehabilitation development
- Negotiation and processing of mortgage documents
- Representation before planning and zoning boards
- Tax structuring and analysis
- Formation of urban renewal associations
- Environmental compliance
- Landlord-tenant issues
- Land use laws, including zoning and planning
We also have extensive experience handling real estate litigation matters such as residential housing issues, home improvement disputes, or housing code violations. We can offer our knowledge of construction law by helping clients through construction and architect contracts or construction liens. Our Newark tax law attorneys can be of assistance in your real estate tax appeals or tax foreclosures.