When faced with a real estate matter, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side. There are so many legal factors that most people aren’t aware of in a real estate transaction and it is essential that they are given the appropriate attention. Friedman Schuman’s real estate practice attorneys are known for their ability to close deals quickly and cost-effectively. For over 40 years, our attorneys have represented a wide variety of regional and national clients. Our clients include developers, builders, landlords, contractors, professionals, retailers, institutional lenders, and commercial tenants through transactions. We guide our clients in acquisitions, sales, financing, contract and lease negotiations. Our firm primarily works with clients from all over Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including, but not limited to Ambler, Ft. Washington, Dresher, Abington, Cheltenham, Jenkintown, Springfield, Spring House, Blue Bell, Chestnut Hill, and Philadelphia. If you require strong legal representation from our experienced real estate attorneys, contact Friedman Schuman today.
Whether you are the owner of a restaurant or negotiating a lease for office space for your business, it is important to have an experienced real estate attorney on your side. The knowledgeable real estate attorneys at Friedman Schuman are known for their ability to close deals quickly and cost-effectively. Clients appreciate the firm’s lawyers for their deep understanding of their businesses and industry and their ability to structure transactions to avoid expensive and time-consuming problems.
Buying or selling a home is a very exciting time in a person’s life. A new home often represents a new chapter in one’s life. Through all of the excitement surrounding this move, it is important to remember to protect your legal rights. When clients throughout Montgomery County decide it’s time to make a move, they will come to realize that real estate transactions can be very complex, hectic, and sometimes overwhelming. For more information, feel free to read our Complete Guide to Buying a Home in Pennsylvania.
The attorneys at Friedman Schuman have decades of experience representing investors, landlords, tenants, and developers in all aspects of commercial leasing. Whether this is your first venture into commercial leasing or you consider yourself a pro, it is important to have strong legal guidance every step of the way when leasing commercial property. There are many different types of commercial leases, so it is important to have an attorney who can assist you in obtaining the most advantageous lease for your situation.
When Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents are considering their housing options, some may opt to purchase a condominium instead of a home. In other cases, current condominium residents may decide they want to expand and purchase property instead. Real estate transactions for condominiums are somewhat different than transactions in other types of property. It is important to have knowledgeable legal guidance through the real estate process to ensure that your rights are protected when so much money is at stake.
The attorneys in Friedman Schuman’s Land Use and Zoning Practice represent property owners, developers, landlords and institutions in connection with zoning applications, land development and subdivision submissions and related land use matters.
When an individual makes the decision that they want to build a new home, it is often the start of an exciting new chapter. As exciting as building a home is, whether it is based on a sample home or it is custom to your preferences, there are a lot of factors that will be taken into consideration at every step of the process. It is important that you have the guidance of an experienced real estate attorney to help you navigate from the day you buy the land until the day you finally get to move in.
Both residential and commercial property owners in Pennsylvania are subject to paying property taxes. In Pennsylvania, these taxes go towards funding schools, municipality, and the county. When determining how much each property owner will pay in taxes, an assessment is established by the county to determine the value of the property. If a property is sold for a different amount than what it is actually valued at, the taxes may fluctuate. After an assessment has been completed, both the property owner and the taxing district have the opportunity to request an appeal.
When a person is considering leasing a space as a tenant, it is important that they retain the service of an experienced attorney to guide them through and make sure their best interests are protected. Tenants need to have strong legal representation before agreeing to a lease, regardless of whether it is for office, retail, industrial, or institutional use.
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Friedman Schuman has over 40 years of experience providing clients with strong legal representation in all real estate matters. Clients appreciate our attorneys’ deep understanding of the industry and their ability to structure transactions to avoid expensive and time-consuming problems. If you need a real estate attorney who has your best interests in mind, contact Friedman Schuman today to schedule a consultation.