Purchase and Sale
The acquisition or disposition of commercial real estate is a complex process involving numerous aspects. It is imperative to have an experienced real estate attorney to guide you through this process and its many facets. Ultimately, all commercial real estate transactions culminate with a "closing". The closing is the last stage in the purchase or sale of commercial real estate. It is the most important stage in a real estate transaction as it transfers ownership to the buyer and the purchase funds to the seller. At closing, the buyer and seller of the property sign the documents that are essential to finalizing the transaction, including loan papers, deed and title.
Preparation is Key to a Successful Transaction
The Conejo Valley Law Group understands the importance of establishing a plan before purchasing or selling real property. Business owners need to develop a clear vision about their business goals and what they want to accomplish in the future. A clear plan provides you with a stronger position in property purchases or sales and decreases the likelihood of problems before, during and after the closing process.
Why do I Need an Attorney at Closing?
The transfer of commercial real estate is complex and involves the collaboration of lenders, buyers, sellers, banks, title companies and escrow companies. Because commercial property generally involves significant sums of money, the parties have a great deal at stake. Small business owners can often be unprepared for the the complexities that accompany the closing process. In the vast majority of cases, the seller and the lender will be represented by an attorney. An experienced attorney representing you throughout the process will ensure that your interests are protected to the maximum extent possible.
A Ventura County Lawyer to Protect Your Rights
As an experienced real estate professional, Jeff has a thorough understanding of the commercial real estate market in Ventura County and the greater Los Angeles area. He can advise you in your property purchase or sale, review and negotiate the transactional documents and help to ensure that your financial and legal interests are fully represented in the transaction. To enlist the aid of an attorney in your real estate transaction, please contact the Conejo Valley Law Group today.