Our Real Estate Law Office
Purchasing a home will be one of the single largest monetary investments of your life. Don’t settle for just anyone. The Law Offices of Lee R. Lederman handles hundreds of real estate closings annually. Mr. Lederman personally handles all contract negotiations/reviews, home inspection issues, title review and prepares the final settlement statement.
Make sure you have the advice of legal counsel representing your interests and not the interests of others. Due to our extensive experience in real estate law, the firm is highly qualified to handle all aspects of the real estate transaction.
Serving all of New Jersey with offices conveniently located in Middlesex County and Monmouth County.
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are you interested in
buying a home
When you have located the property you wish to purchase you will most likely present an offer to purchase through a licensed realtor. Contracts prepared by a realtor must provide a three-day attorney review period, during which either party may review the proposed contract with their respective attorney.
Our office will help guide you through negotiating a contract that protects you.
are you interested in
selling a home
Our law Firm represents hundreds of satisfied real estate sellers every year. This office will handle all aspects of the transaction on your behalf so all you have to worry about is packing and moving.
When you hire the Law Offices of Lee R. Lederman to assist you in your home sale transaction, you hire highly skilled professionals with two decades of experience. Our offices assist you in all aspects of the sale.
Areas of Practice
Commercial Real Estate Closings
If you are considering purchasing commercial real estate, your needs are much different than when you are contemplating a residential property.
Residential Real Estate Closings
We can guide you through the closing process and ensure that your interests are protected.
Borrower / Refinance Representation
The legal team at The Law Offices of Lee R. Lederman can assist you throughout this process.
The attorney representing the buyer or the seller in a residential or commercial real estate transaction can prepare the deed.
While 1031 Exchanges can provide great tax benefits, there are very complex rules surrounding these transactions.
A short sale happens when real estate is sold for less than the amount due on the mortgage.