Real estate law critically impacts small business operations on a daily basis. It covers a broad range of matters that small business people typically don’t plan for: easement disputes, foreclosures, boundary disagreements, injuries on property, trespass, nuisance, encroachment and property tax evaluations. Small business owners routinely contend with deeds and commercial leases, real estate warranties, a variety of mortgages, insurance, and other issues related to buying, selling and renting real estate. When these issues come up, it’s essential for your small business to get professional legal advice. As your source for general counsel advice, I’ll meet with you, answer your questions and guide you to making sound decisions for your small business.
Small business operations sometimes encounter complex commercial real estate matters involving retail centers, office buildings, hotels and condominiums, apartment complexes or the development of unimproved property. In these circumstances, real estate issues faced by small businesses require a legal understanding of contracts that can be unusually complicated and lengthy. I’ll guide your small business successfully through complicated real estate matters from start to finish.
Real estate law for small business also deals with a variety of related matters, including business sales and purchases, landlord and tenant disputes, tenants and renters’ rights, claims against property, zoning and land use. I can assist your small business with any real estate need, from deeds to development projects.
Real estate transactions will likely be the largest and most important business decisions in the life of your small business; and that’s why getting sound legal advice throughout is “smart business”. There are many people involved at various stages in real estate transactions. Anyone can make a mistake, potentially costing you a lot of time and money. It is important to have an attorney looking out for your concerns before problems are discovered.