Purchasing a Business that Includes Real Estate 0:59, December 21, 2020

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Author: John Belkin

By John D. Belkin, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. When buying a business, the transaction typically includes real estate in some form.  Examples of the real estate could be a building, a parking lot for customers or a lease.  Typically, the real estate is not the basis of the transaction, but rather of consequence because of […]

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If you are buying real property, other than a condominium, you should always obtain a survey.  If you are borrowing money for the purchase, the lender will likely require a current survey.  And, the title company will likely require a survey in order for you to obtain title insurance coverage insuring over the pre-printed policy […]

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In purchasing real estate an important part of the due diligence process is an investigation of the utilities that serve the property.  Such investigations (other than a careful review of monthly utility bills) are probably not necessary in the purchase of a condominium unit. The level of inquiry may go up for existing homes, apartments […]

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