Whether purchasing or selling a large apartment complex or retail shopping center, refinancing a large commercial mortgage loan, or simply buying your dream home, each client gets our attorney’s direct and personalized attention to their matters. Drawing from prior experience at some of New Jersey’s most respected real estate law firms, our Real Estate Group delivers the high caliber legal advice you would expect to find – only at a larger firm and at a fair and reasonable price.

A heated real estate market offers unprecedented opportunities and risks. That is why it is so important to have reliable information and solid legal advice before you buy or sell property. Gillman, Bruton & Capone, LLC can help you avoid making costly mistakes. And if you are in arrears on your mortgage or facing foreclosure, we can help you save your home. Once a decision has been reached, we will be there to guide you through the legal process every step of the way.

We want our clients to feel comfortable. Consulting with a New Jersey real estate lawyer should not be intimidating. You won’t have any trouble getting in touch with us and your calls will be returned promptly.

Taking the Lead in Purchase/Sale Agreements

Every transaction that seeks to transfer the ownership of real estate between two parties involves a purchase/sale agreement. As far as the law is concerned, the two parties are free to include almost any provision that they wish into the purchase/sale contract. This means that these matters are open for negotiation.

Having our New Jersey real estate attorney on your side can be a great benefit during these negotiation sessions – whether you are doing commercial real estate or residential real estate. Naturally, the sale price is a major discussion point during these talks, but other items are also negotiable, such as a closing date, the move-in date, and which fixtures are included in the sale. In short, it is vital to come to terms that are to your benefit. Allowing one of our experienced attorneys to draft a real estate contract tin New Jersey hat contains those terms can bring you significant financial savings.

Providing Continuing Support After the Closing Date

For many people, a real estate transaction appears to conclude on a move-in date. However, it is possible at a later date to discover that another party has failed to provide what they promised in a purchase/sale agreement.

One common example involves the mandatory disclosure rules under New Jersey law. Mandatory disclosure rules require a seller to provide information about the property that allows a buyer to make an informed decision concerning an offer to buy. If a seller knowingly omits information on these mandatory disclosures, they might be liable for the costs to fix any damage or give the buyer the right to void the sale entirely.

These cases allege that a breach of contract has occurred in a real estate transaction. Parties pursuing breach of contract cases can ask a civil court to enforce the terms of a contract or else void the agreement in its entirety. According to New Jersey Revised Statute § 12A:2-725, there is a time limit of four years after the date that the breach occurred to demand a remedy in court. One of our New Jersey real estate lawyers can help you determine if a breach of contract has occurred and pursue appropriate compensation on your behalf. We are not afraid to fight for our clients and ensure that they are not taken advantage of.

Let a New Jersey Real Estate Attorney Protect Your Rights During the Purchase or Sale of Property

The purchase or sale of real estate requires potent advocacy. This may include negotiating the terms of a purchase/sale agreement, drafting a sale contract, or enforcing the terms of a contract if a breach occurs. From the beginning of your case to its resolution, our New Jersey real estate lawyers work to identify your goals, explain the laws that are relevant to your situation, and promote your position every step of the way. Reach out to us now for a free case evaluation.

When we quote you a fee, that is exactly what you will pay. Some firms charge for all kinds of extras like emails and copying without telling you up front. At Gillman, Bruton & Capone, LLC, there are no hidden fees.


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