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Experienced Real Estate Attorneys Assist Clients With Commercial and Residential Real Estate Matters in Mercer County and Throughout New Jersey

Whether you are a buyer or seller of a property, transactions involving your property or potential property are some of the most significant decisions in your life. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team is here to guide you through this process. Our real estate attorneys have the skill, experience, and care to negotiate in your best interests. We will help protect your legal rights under New Jersey property law.

The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC team is seasoned in our real estate practice, having represented both buyers and sellers of commercial and residential real estate property. We also have experience with third-parties such as lenders, title companies, and insurers. Our real estate lawyers have the insight and knowledge for negotiating the transaction, protecting our clients’ rights, and closing the deal. 

Our Trenton Commercial and Residential Real Estate Lawyers are ready to handle any real estate matter for you. We represent individuals and companies in many areas of commercial and residential property, including

Every real estate issue is different, whether you are the buyer or seller. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC team values your individual needs and interests, so that we can negotiate in your favor. We are committed to fighting for your rights in any real estate transaction. If you are a buyer or seller of either commercial or residential real estate, and live in Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, or anywhere else in New Jersey, the legal team at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC is skilled and experienced and ready to help. Contact us today to discuss the specifics of your case.

What is the Difference Between Commercial and Residential Real Estate?

Commercial real estate is used for commercial, business or industrial use. Examples include office buildings, apartment buildings, parking garages, and shopping malls. Meanwhile, residential property is any structure, dwelling, or land intended to be used for private housing. Examples include homes, townhouses, and condominiums.

Commercial Real Estate

When it comes to Commercial Real Estate, the attorneys at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC are your trusted resource for all issues related to the transaction, whether you are the buyer or seller. Our clients look to us to efficiently and effectively negotiate the transaction in their best interests. We get deals done.

We have experience representing clients in all areas of commercial real estate, including:

Our experience in commercial real estate matters is deployed for your benefit. Contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC today.

Residential Real Estate

In residential real estate matters, we have experience representing both buyers and sellers of residential property. In these matters, it is important to have a meticulous and knowledgeable attorney, and the Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC team is here to help.

A decision to buy or sell property is a massive financial commitment and a potentially stressful undertaking until it is completed. We help our clients through all stages of the purchase or sale, including the negotiation and closing. We will review all documents – including:

We will also review title documents, to ensure that there are no liens or encumbrances on the property. And we will confirm that all necessary inspections are conducted and permits are obtained. Furthermore, we assist clients with residential leases, from the review to execution, as well as any eviction proceedings.

What Are Some Common Issues Associated With Real Estate That You Have Experience in Handling?

There are several issues that can arise in real estate transactions:

Our attorneys have experience in handling all of the unique issues that arise in connection with the purchase or sale of residences or commercial property. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC team has dealt with it all and is ready to help you. Contact our team today.

Contact our Experienced Real Estate Lawyers to Discuss Options Today

If you are interested in buying or selling commercial/residential real estate, you need an experienced real estate attorney. We serve Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, and the rest of New Jersey. Act quickly to allow yourself enough time to look to properly evaluate all of your options. Contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC today.

Frequently Asked Questions about Real Estate in New Jersey

Does Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC have experience in Real Estate?

We do. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team has experience in all areas of commercial and residential real estate. We negotiate in our client’s best interests and fight for your rights. If you have a question about real estate and/or have an interest in buying or selling, and live in Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, and throughout New Jersey, contact us today.

How can an attorney help with a real estate transaction?

Whether you are the buyer or seller, real estate transactions can be complex. Because it is likely one of the largest financial transactions you will make, having the experience and guidance from a real estate lawyer can ensure that your interests are covered and your needs are protected. Ultimately, a real estate attorney makes the process easier and more profitable, while mitigating costs and preventing unnecessary delays. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team has the expertise and resources to represent you in all real estate matters.

When a real estate dispute arises, is litigation my only option?

Real estate disputes are common, but it does not necessarily mean that you must engage in a long-term civil lawsuit. It may be possible to resolve the dispute outside of court through careful and meticulous negotiation. This is probably the initial and primary course of action. If you have any questions regarding real estate, our attorneys are here to help. Contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC today.

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