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Selling commercial real estate

If you plan to sell commercial real estate in the future, or are already in the middle of a transaction, there are different issues you may want to look over to ensure that the deal moves forward properly. Our New York law office recognizes the different pressures that commercial real estate owners may face during a transaction. With such an important issue, it is crucial to avoid potential pitfalls by preparing for any obstacles that you might encounter and have a strong understanding of your rights.

Successfully handling a commercial real estate dispute

Real estate disputes of any kind can be challenging, but those involving commercial real estate can be particularly complicated for different reasons. Sometimes, a commercial real estate transaction will be affected by both federal and state laws, as well as regulations set in place by the county and city. With commercial real estate disputes, there is often much at stake, both in terms of valuable property and a significant amount of money. Moreover, the outcome of such a dispute could have a major impact on your financial future and the success of your company, which underlines how essential it is to handle these challenges properly.

Working through a commercial real estate dispute

When it comes to commercial real estate transactions, disputes can arise for all sorts of reasons. Sometimes, disputes are the result of disagreements between co-owners, while others may be caused by real estate fraud or a breach of contract. If you are in the middle of a real estate dispute or anticipate that a dispute is around the corner, it is pivotal to closely review the details surrounding the situation and do what you can to protect your interests. Our firm knows that the outcome of these disputes can have a significant impact on business owners as well as individuals across New York City.

Zoning, litigation, and other commercial real estate matters

When it comes to commercial real estate, there are a wide variety of legal hurdles that can arise. For example, you may find yourself in the middle of a lawsuit, or you could be thinking about taking legal action to protect your rights. Or, you could be facing challenges related to zoning, land use, or another facet of commercial real estate law. At Codispoti & Associates, our New York law firm is all too familiar with the different types of issues that commercial real estate owners encounter.

Should I consider leasing retail space in a strip mall?

Location is a key factor in your New York retail company's success, and finding a building on a commercial property that also accommodates other businesses may improve your foot traffic. Affordability starts with the monthly payment, but if you fail to read the lease carefully, you may miss other factors that will destroy your bottom line and jeopardize your success. According to the Small Business Administration, here are things you should consider when negotiating your lease.

Commercial lease basics

When your New York business outgrows its current building, finding a new location may be challenging. Not only does it need to be in the best place for exposure to customers, the property must also have an owner who is willing to negotiate a lease that is beneficial for you. We at Codispoti & Associates, P.C., have extensive experience assisting clients with commercial leasing agreements.

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