Navigating a commercial real estate deal on your own can be difficult. That is where our law firm comes in. The attorneys here at David A. Gallo & Associates LLP have plenty of experience looking over contracts and making sure that the terms are in the best interests of our clients. You should give our Long Island, NY real estate litigation lawyers the chance to assist you.
Why Hire a Commercial Real Estate Lawyer?
The commercial real estate lawyers from our firm have a lot of experience dealing with contracts and all of their minutia. When you have one of our attorneys on your side you have someone who:
Can answer your questions: Buying or leasing a piece of commercial property is a big commitment, so it is no surprise that many of our clients have a few questions during the process. We can answer any questions that our clients have and we make ourselves available and easy to reach when something comes up.
Will sort through the legalese: A contract for commercial real estate can contain a lot of legal language and some terminology you might not be familiar with. Your commercial real estate lawyer can take a look and “translate” it for you, making it easy to know exactly what you are signing up for.
Can give you time to focus on your business: Dealing with all of the paperwork involved with a real estate transaction can take a lot of time. Your time would probably be better spent focusing on your business, so hire our lawyers to handle the paperwork. You can focus on your expertise and we will focus on ours.
Can negotiate better terms: Sometimes a commercial real estate lawyer can help you negotiate more favorable terms in a contract. We will do our best to reduce your risk and add useful provisions, like a property inspection clause.
Help after a contract is signed: Your lawyer’s job does not end once a contract is signed. We are also ready to help you out if anything goes wrong after the deal is done. Your attorney will know how to best respond to disputes and which procedural remedies can be used to protect your business and your interests.
Keeps up with changes in laws and regulations: Your business probably does not require you to be an expert on commercial real estate laws or zoning regulations. Our business does, so you can be sure that your lawyer will be well-prepared and up-to-date on the latest changes to the law.
Schedule an Initial Consultation
If you are entering into any kind of commercial real estate contract or deal, you should know exactly what you are getting yourself into. Contact David A. Gallo & Associates LLP and schedule a consultation today. We would be happy to tell you more about how our legal team can help you.