Posts Tagged ‘Long Island lawyer’
What Are the Most Common Property Disputes During a Purchase?
You found your dream property on Long Island. Whether it was the perfect piece of commercial real estate for your budding yoga business or the ideal home for your growing family, this is a time for a glass of champagne and congratulations. Not so fast. The process of purchasing a property on Long Island, or…Read More
5 Questions to Ask Before Buying Commercial Real Estate
Any commercial real estate investment carries some risk. First and foremost, commercial real estate involves a substantial financial investment. Whether you are an experienced real estate investor or purchasing commercial real estate for the first time, accruing debt and expenses to buy commercial real estate can be overwhelming. You want to be certain the stresses…Read More
5 Protections a Landlord Wants in Any Long Island Lease
Landlords of commercial property are typically the more sophisticated party when it comes to Long Island lease agreements. Yet, even landlords that have negotiated dozens of lease agreements and worked with several tenants can miss or mistake key clauses in a Long Island lease. Whether you are tackling your first lease or your fiftieth, here…Read More
Why Is a Long Island Real Property Deed So Important?
In the world of online records and electronic files, there is little to no need for paper documents and “real” signatures. In fact, the use of electronic documents is pervasive in nearly every aspect of our lives. We send applications, letters of dismissal, contracts, love letters, and photos digitally. It is the most consistent form…Read More
To Rent the Warehouse? 5 Things to Know About Warehouse Leases
Whether you are looking in Brooklyn, the Bronx, or Long Island City there are a number of warehouse options surrounding New York City. The number of options on Long Island alone means there is no need to sign a lease too quickly. In fact, when it comes to rent or not to rent the warehouse,…Read More
Things to Consider Before Buying a Landmarked Building on Long Island
If you always dreamed of renovating a historic building or home in Long Island, you probably had visions of preserving old floors and peeling back wallpaper. You may have pictured crown molding and original details. However, you probably didn’t envision or picture the legal obligations and building code requirements you’d need to follow during the…Read More
Top Five Things a Tenant Wants to Know About a Long Island Office Lease
Whether your business is ready to sign its first, ever lease or you are simply searching to upgrade your current space, there are probably several considerations and factors on your mind. Among them are location and convenience for your employees and if the floor plan fits your business model. You are also thinking about parking…Read More
Pets in the Apartment: How a Long Island Landlord Can Add a Pet Policy
For a Long Island residential landlord, pets are somewhat of a touchy subject. It is nearly impossible to make everyone in your building happy with a pet policy, including when that policy is a blanket ban on all pets. Restricting pets by weight or type has its own drawbacks, including issues with tenants that attempt…Read More
Food for Thought: 5 Unique Considerations of a Restaurant Lease
Restaurants represent a substantial number of the commercial leases signed in Long Island each year. Actually, between bars, restaurants, cafes, and coffee houses, restaurant leases are one of the growing sectors in commercial leasing throughout Long Island, New York City, and surrounding counties. Yet, these leases are unique in form and substance from those signed…Read More
What Does It Cost to Hire a Long Island Residential Real Estate Lawyer?
When it comes to commercial property, buyers and sellers are nearly certain to hire a Long Island real estate lawyer to handle the transaction. Without a real property lawyer, parties to a commercial transaction risk significant financial and business consequences. Savvy commercial parties know that inaccurate documents, bad negotiations, lacking due diligence, and issues at…Read More