Handling New York Real Estate Transactions For More Than 40 Years
No two real estate transactions are alike. Factors such as ownership, structure, location and the existing or intended use of a property can pose myriad issues that require significant industry experience, market knowledge and legal skill.
At Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C., our team of 50 attorneys structure, negotiate and handle property acquisitions and sales and address all related issues. While we work primarily on transactions in the New York metropolitan area, we have been involved in transactions in many other states. For more than 40 years, we have handled the sale and acquisition of a wide variety of commercial property types.
Our services for purchasers, sellers and lenders include:
- Due diligence analysis
- Building plan and permit review
- Alteration agreements
- Offering plans
- Engineer reports
- Environmental impact studies
- Property surveys
- Financing and refinancing assistance
- The drafting, negotiating and reviewing of contracts
- The ensuring of compliance with property disclosure laws
- The obtaining of title insurance and clearing of title defects
- Civil and commercial litigation
Our attorneys also represent owners, developers and lenders in financing or refinancing projects.
Finding Successful Outcomes To Leasing Disputes
When it comes to leasing, we understand the needs and goals of both sides of the table because we have represented both landlords and tenants. This enables our attorneys to get parties to the win-win outcomes required for successful transactions. We have handled complex forms of leasing arrangements and negotiated related agreements.
We Understand Construction Matters
We represent owners in all areas of construction law. This includes:
- Agreements with architects
- General contractors
- Owners’ representatives
- Construction managers
- Construction license agreements
- Construction loan closings
There are many moving parts in commercial construction, plus financial, regulatory and operational issues. It is crucial to have a sophisticated legal team to guide you through the process.
Commercial Lending FAQs
What Factors Affect Due Diligence Analysis In Commercial Purchases?
These factors include whether the property is the primary loan collateral, the state where the borrower is organized, the type of loan and whether the lender intends to sell the loan in the secondary mortgage market.
When Is An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Needed?
The National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 requires an EIS when a potential action could end up “significantly affecting the quality of the human environment.” Developing or rezoning a piece of real estate likely qualifies. The resulting EIS informs the public about the possible impact the project can have, but a report that suggests a negative impact on the natural or built environment does not automatically mean that the relevant government agency will reject the project.
What Goes Into An Offering Plan?
An offering plan provides information to a prospective buyer of a unit in a condominium or co-op. There are two sections: the narrative and exhibits. The offering plan’s narrative explains the unit’s features and procedures for buying it, as well as discloses any issues with construction if the building is not yet complete. The exhibit can include a floor plan and other details of the unit’s physical makeup, plus the association’s bylaws.
Complex Real Estate Problems Require Real Experience
We are familiar with an array of real estate transaction issues. You can rely on the attorneys of Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C., for the experienced counsel you need. Call us today at 855-720-2776. You can also send us an email to schedule a consultation at one of our office locations in lower Manhattan, Forest Hills or the Bronx.