Real Estate Transactions

When dealing with real estate matters, surrounding yourself with the proper professionals is key. Just as it is important to plan to minimize taxes in estate planning matters, clients need to think about not only the legal consequences of their transactions, but also the tax implications of their transactions. Both need to be considered and addressed before they sign their agreements.

Real estate transactions can have very subtle, yet significant, tax consequences. The tax knowledge of our attorneys allows our firm to help clients develop tax strategies and plan for tax situations while still in the negotiation phase of their transactions. Clients who think ahead can better plan their tax situation, as opposed having to live with the consequences of missed tax saving or deferral opportunities for tax savings or deferral.

In addition to our firm's tax knowledge, our attorneys have drafted and negotiated real estate purchase and sale agreements for many clients and have dealt with not only local buyers and seller, but regional and national buyers and sellers as well. Similarly, our attorneys have also negotiated all types of lease agreements, which also involved local, regional and national landlords and tenants.

Having represented buyers and sellers, as well as landlords and tenants, our attorneys understand the issues that arise on all sides of a transaction from each party's perspective and can help the parties involved find workable solutions to create successful deals.