Helping New York owners with residential real estate matters

On Behalf of | Mar 9, 2016 | Residential Real Estate

Owning real estate in New York can be both exciting and lucrative; however, this experience can have its fair share of obstacles. Whether people own individual property, a small business, a co-op, condominium buildings or large commercial properties, real estate ownership requires several steps to be carried out. Unfortunately, issues can occur during a transaction or disputes can emerge regarding co-ownership or the management of the property.

At Nadel & Ciarlo, we have in-depth experience and knowledge in matters dealing with residential real estate matters. Our attorneys understand that problems could occur at any time during real estate ownership, therefore, we draw from over 20 years of experience to deliver real solutions that meet the needs and goals of our clients.

Whether people are purchasing or selling real estate, we have the skills to successfully represent individuals on either side of the transaction. Our attorneys understand that these matters could be simple disputes or evolve in much larger and complex transaction and property litigation. Our legal team is prepared to handle a wide range of commercial and residential real estate matters.

When multiple parties own a property, it is likely that some disagreements will occur. We have successfully assisted past clients resolve matters regarding ownership, title and deed issues. Our lawyers can evaluate the matter and strategize solutions among co-owners, such as partition actions, deed transfers or title defects. Additionally, we handle landlord-tenant issues when conflicts arise regarding the management of the property.

To learn more, check out our residential real estate law website. This can provide general information regarding simple and complex real estate matters. Purchasing real estate is an investment; therefore, it is important property owners take the time to invest in a real and practical solution to address their real estate disputes.