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Westchester County Real Estate Lawyer

The firm’s Real Estate practice is divided between two areas. One area is Institutional Lending. The other area is Commercial and Residential Real Estate. Our representation of institutional lenders is one of our core practice areas. Likewise, our residential and commercial real estate practice continues to be a cornerstone of the firm. Whatever your real estate need, our Westchester County real estate lawyers are committed to giving you the highest quality legal services.

Commercial And Residential Real Estate

We represent both buyers and sellers of residential real estate, condominiums, planned unit developments and cooperative apartments. In addition, we negotiate and draft agreements relating to commercial real estate purchases, sales and leases.

Putting Your Team In Place

Residential Transactions

The purchase or sale of residential real estate involves not just the buyers, sellers and their attorneys. It also involves the listing and selling real estate brokers or salespersons, a home inspector, a mortgage banker or broker, an institutional lender, a bank attorney, an appraiser, a title insurance company, a surveyor and an insurance agent. That’s a lot of people for one transaction.

While the decision to buy or sell a home can often be a stressful experience, our experienced real estate team will work on your behalf to make sure that your real estate transaction goes smoothly. With Meyer & Spencer, PC, you will be assured that:

  • an experienced real estate lawyer in the firm will oversee and handle your transaction from contract to closing
  • you will have an immediate turnaround time on your real estate contract and that no deal will fall through as a result of undue delay
  • you will have access through referrals to a wide range of experienced real estate professionals with whom Meyer & Spencer has done business in the past
  • you will have an in-person consultation with your attorney and you will be apprised of all of your rights and obligations under the contract
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