How To Start A Real Estate Law Practice
Our real estate lawyers have extensive experience in all aspects of real estate practice. We represent buyers, sellers and developers of residential and commercial properties, including subdivisions, supermarkets, and office buildings.Unlike many firms with a large commercial practice, we also frequently represent individual buyers and sellers of houses and condominiums.
We advise and represent clients in zoning and other land use proceedings; landlord-tenant matters, including residential and commercial leasing and summary process actions; foreclosures; tax deferred exchanges; and real estate tax abatements and exemptions. Our clients include developers, investors, lessors, lenders, individuals, and businesses of all kinds, including professional firms, retailers, and manufacturers. We also represent two of the largest commercial real estate management firms in New England.
Closing real estate transactions involves many moving parts, and each real estate project brings its own complexities and unique issues. Accordingly, there is quite a bit of variety and excitement in this practice area that lends itself to interesting new challenges on a daily basis. Closing a transaction requires extensive coordination, from reviewing title and surveys, to drafting and negotiating purchase agreements and loan documents. It also typically requires interaction with opposing counsel and other parties. For example, when closing an acquisition for a large retail shopping center filled with numerous anchor tenants, a lawyer may need to deal with large national retailers that are tenants in the shopping center. The interaction with multiple parties required to close a transaction helps keep this practice stimulating.
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