Local Long Island,NY Real Estate Lawyers
Real estate whether residential or commercial often becomes the largest asset of an individual, family or business. As such we understand the sale or purchase of such an asset should be taken seriously. The biggest value of hiring a good real estate attorney is to have someone to advise you on uncovered or hidden issues to minimize the potential cost and problems they may cause. We are confident that you will appreciate our attention to detail and thoroughness, as well as our ability to assist you during all steps of this important transaction.
Commercial or Residential Real Estate Attorney Information
At the Misrok Law Firm, LLP, we are real estate attorneys that represent individuals and commercial clients in all residential and commercial proceedings and transactions that deal with real property and the structures thereon, including houses, stores, office buildings, condominiums and cooperatives. We have a trained staff who take the time to thoroughly review your case and advise you on all facets of a transaction including potential contract and/or title liabilities as well as financial concerns such as mortgage costs or tax issues.
Long Island Real Estate Law Services Include
Our real estate practice represents individuals, corporations, as well as banks and lending institutions and has the experience to assist you with virtually all real estate related matters including the following:
- Purchase and/or Sale of Real Estate of:
- Residential, Store or Office Leasing
- Mortgage Lending and Refinancing
- Tax Reduction
- Judgments, Tax Liens or Mechanics Liens
- Easements and License Agreements
- Zoning & Land Use
- Title Examinations
- Adverse Possession and Quiet title Actions
- Partition Actions
- Certificates of Occupancy
- Real Estate Management
– Single or Multi-Family Houses, Commercial Buildings, Vacant Land, Condominiums and Cooperatives
If you have questions or want more information about our Real Estate Law Services
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.