Dedicated Representation for Home Buyers and Sellers
The real estate market in New York has changed significantly in recent years. No longer a "seller's market", the balance of negotiating power has swung into the buyers favor. Regardless of whether you are looking to purchase or sell your home, it is important to have an experienced Queens real estate lawyer in your corner to help ensure your interests are protected.
If you are entering into the real estate market as a buyer or a seller, we can help you get the full benefit of your transaction. Contact our New York purchase agreement attorneys online or call 718-268-0400 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.
Guiding Buyers Through the Purchase Process
At the law firm of Addabbo & Greenberg, we can help guide buyers through the process of purchasing a home. We will thoroughly review the sales contract and make any revisions necessary to ensure a favorable result. Once the offer is accepted, we can help you find a trusted inspector to look over the house to make sure that everything is as promised. We will then review the contract prior to signing, help you obtain financing, examine the title for any deficiencies, and finally represent you at the closing once any problems have been adequately addressed.
Making Sure Sellers Are Protected
With the bottom falling out of the real estate market, it is more important than ever for sellers to protect themselves and ensure that they receive the most value they can from the sale. Our Queens property lawyers will meet with you to review all paperwork and important building records. Once we have thoroughly reviewed your situation, we can draw up a sales contract designed to give you the full benefit of the transaction and protect your valuable interests.
Call for a Consultation With a New York Housing Lawyer
Real estate transactions are significant investments for both buyers and sellers. They should not be entered into blindly. Contact our Queens real estate attorneys online or call 718-268-0400 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.