Real Estate

Monmouth County NJ Real Estate Attorneys

Monmouth County NJ Real Estate AttorneysThe attorneys at Chamlin, Rosen, Uliano & Witherington are skilled at successfully managing all types of real estate cases and issues, including both residential and commercial real estate. Both types of cases require a tremendous amount of meticulous attention to detail and thorough analysis of the physical aspects of the property, the financial aspects of the transaction or agreement and the tax implications, as well as savvy negotiation of terms to ensure that your rights are protected and your interests are maximized.

Potential problems that attorneys handle can become extremely expensive if neglected or mismanaged, including inspection issues, environmental hazards, discovery of liens on the property, chain of title complications and boundary disputes. In addition to attorneys who have extensive experience handling a wide array of real estate cases, our firm has a full-time support staff of experienced paralegals fully and solely dedicated to handling the firm’s real estate matters, so that your needs are met as efficiently as possible.

Avoid financial risks and ensure that your rights and interests are protected and maximized. Contact our office immediately, either online or by phone at 732-440-3950 to schedule a consultation with an experienced, diligent, savvy attorney to handle your real estate matter.

Ocean County NJ Real Estate Lawyers

Some examples of our services include:

Residential Real Estate

  • Purchases and sales
  • Leases
  • Management of environmental issues
  • Judgment searches and clearances
  • Boundary issues
  • Inspection issues
  • Environmental problems
  • 1031 exchanges (investment property transaction designed to shelter capital gains tax)
  • Co-ops/Condominiums
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Third-party claims
  • Neighbor disputes
  • Mortgage Refinancing
  • New construction
  • Construction loans
  • Building improvements
  • Land use issues
  • Variances
  • Land subdivisions
  • Short sales
  • Any and all related disputes
Corporate Real Estate:

  • Purchases and sales
  • Leasing (negotiation of terms and drafting agreements)
  • Environmental problems
  • Land use issues
  • Variances
  • Land subdivisions
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Mortgage refinancing
  • New construction
  • Building improvements
  • Construction loans

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