Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transaction Lawyers
Individuals, businesses and developers in Montclair, Glen Ridge, Bloomfield, Verona and surrounding New Jersey communities trust Ashenfelter, Slous, McDonough & Trevenen, LLP to represent them in real estate transactions. Our experienced real estate lawyers have a reputation for providing wise counsel to buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and business owners in and around Essex County.
For over 65 years, our firm has been representing residential clients in real estate transactions, including:
- Residential home closings
- Mortgage closings and loan documentation
- Title insurance and title searches
- Escrow services
- Purchase agreements
- Section 1031 Tax Differed Exchanges
In New Jersey, a three-day contract review period is available to both buyers and sellers. During this period, your attorney has time to look over your signed contract and negotiate changes. You also have the freedom to walk away from the contract entirely. This is an important stage of protection, and should not be ignored. Work with a skilled New Jersey real estate lawyer during your review period to avoid any regrets down the road.
Available to Handle the Complexities of Commercial Transactions
Commercial property owners, real estate developers, landlords and commercial tenants face additional and often more complex real estate issues. We provide serious, reputable representation for a wide range of commercial real estate transactions, including:
- Obtaining financing
- Selling or purchasing a commercial building
- Leasing retail, office or industrial space
- Resolving title and survey issues
- Getting permits and approvals
- Addressing landlord-tenant disputes
- Handling commercial real estate litigation
- Addressing land use and zoning issues
Whether you are a commercial or residential property owner, Ashenfelter, Slous, McDonough & Trevenen, LLP can guide you through your real estate transactions and help you protect your financial interests. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your sale, purchase or other transaction.