The Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C., real estate practice group comprises some of the most skilled attorneys in the state. We handle real estate transactions of all types. Our team’s integrated, interdisciplinary approach leverages in-depth knowledge, creativity, and practical cost-efficiency to negotiate and close deals in the most sophisticated real estate transactions. If you require real estate law services, then give us a call today to set up your initial consultation.
Our Areas Of Expertise
Our wide-ranging transactional experience includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Sale and acquisition of land
- Joint ventures involving land development
- Mortgage-loan financing
- Development-project negotiation
- Boundary-line agreements
- Leasing of office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, and development sites
Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C., attorneys deal with multi-party, joint-ownership arrangements, like-kind exchanges under §1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, and workouts of distressed properties.
Clients We Work With
Our client base includes purchasers, sellers, and investors in office, retail, industrial, and residential properties; developers of mixed-use properties; landlords of office, retail, and industrial space; borrowers of construction, mezzanine, and permanent loans; institutional lenders; and commercial tenants.
Working in concert with our healthcare practice group, our real estate attorneys are uniquely qualified to represent the following national, regional, and local medical institutions, physicians’ groups, and other owners and operators of healthcare-related real estate in connection with their acquisition, development, financing, leasing, licensing, and sale of medical office buildings, hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, treatment centers, medical research, and laboratory facilities, and facilities dedicated to continuing care, independent living, skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, and urgent care.
Why Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C.?
When negotiating a real estate transaction, hire the best representation available. After all, it was skilled real estate negotiation that built the United States as we know them today. One of history’s greatest real estate transactions, the Louisiana Purchase, is one such example of top-notch negotiation by America’s bright Founding Fathers.
In 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent skilled negotiator James Monroe to France to join eminent lawyer Robert Livingston and negotiate for the purchase of New Orleans and its strategically-placed port at … Continue reading
The attorneys at Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C., strive to successfully negotiate every deal cost effectively, to conserve time and expense, and to avoid future disputes or litigation. Our broad litigation experience and expertise give us the acute ability to anticipate problems and take preventive action. Our seamless, collaborative representation provides guided assistance through all phases of any transaction in virtually all types of real estate and development matters.
Get In Touch With Our Real Estate Attorneys
In need of legal expertise regarding your next real estate venture? Our real estate attorneys at Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C., would be thrilled to work with you. Contact us directly through phone or email to begin working with one of our attorneys!
|↑1||In 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent skilled negotiator James Monroe to France to join eminent lawyer Robert Livingston and negotiate for the purchase of New Orleans and its strategically-placed port at the mouth of the Mississippi River. It turns out Napoleon Bonaparte was interested in selling the whole of the Louisiana Territory. Understanding the geopolitics of the day, Monroe and Livingston (despite their personal differences) negotiated the deal. John Quincy Adams called the Louisiana Purchase “next in historical importance to the Declaration of Independence and the adoption of the Constitution. It was unparalleled in diplomacy because it cost almost nothing.”|