Real Estate Transactions
BAPC real estate lawyers handle real estate transactional matters such as deeds, trust documents, lease agreements, mortgages and real estate purchase contracts to protect your interests in any real estate transaction. In addition to ensuring the required buyer/seller’s disclosures and the Truth in Lending Act disclosures are made.
Our Firm’s real estate attorneys work actively with investors, home and land owners, developers, contractors, private equity firms, investors, realtors, public agencies and lenders on multi-faceted real estate acquisitions, sales and exchanges. We will handle you, your company or your cooperatives real estate transactions from raw agricultural land property purchases, high end residential, multi-family and condominium developments to diverse commercial and industrial projects including multi-tenant shopping centers, industrial park and medical centers.
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BAPC will help you conduct your due diligence to confirm the legal owner of a property, whether there is an unpaid mortgage or lien which must be settled before the title to the property can properly be transferred, whether there are easements, covenants, conditions or other restrictions on the property, and the status of any unpaid property taxes or assessments.
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