Long Island: (516) 328-2300   |   Manhattan: (212) 279-9200   |   Brooklyn Metrotech: (718) 215-5300   |   Rochester: (585) 218-9999

Practice Areas

Real Estate Law Overview

New York City Real Estate Law Attorney

Abrams Fensterman's real estate lawyers have extensive experience representing both individuals and corporate clients in a full range of residential and commercial real estate matters. Whether dealing with a first time homebuyer or a seasoned commercial landlord, our real estate team handles everything related to a residential or commercial real estate transaction, including:

  • Business formation and entity selection
  • Buying and selling real estate
  • Certificates of occupancy
  • Commercial and retail development
  • Construction law issues
  • Contract drafting, negotiation and litigation
  • Development and construction agreements
  • Financing and refinancing
  • Health care properties
  • Investment properties
  • Land use, zoning, variances, special exceptions, setbacks and permits
  • Liens and lien releases
  • Mortgages and foreclosures
  • Preparing purchase agreements, deeds, leases and bills of sale
  • Real estate closings
  • Real estate corporations and real estate partnerships
  • Real estate development and real estate developers
  • Residential and commercial real estate transactions
  • Title examinations and title insurance

From routine and every day issues to complex and sophisticated dilemmas, our real estate lawyers provide cutting edge representation in all aspects of real estate law.

For further information about our real estate legal services, please contact our law firm in Long Island at 516-328-2300, Manhattan at 212-279-9200, Brooklyn at 718-215-5300 or Rochester, New York, at 585-218-9999, to schedule an initial consultation.


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