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Skilled Real Estate Lawyers Represent Residents and Businesses in Miami

Respected law firm assists clients with contracts, transactions, and lending documents in Florida

Real estate is the largest investment many residents and businesses will ever make. However, before the closing date arrives, any number of issues may arise that can delay or derail the transaction. At Rubinstein & Associates, P.A., our lawyers provide comprehensive real estate counsel to residents and businesses throughout Miami. Our knowledge of the law and the local landscape benefits clients seeking to buy or sell property. Through due diligence and a meticulous attention to detail, we will ensure your interests are protected at every stage of the process.

Drafting and reviewing real estate contracts

A sound contract is essential for any successful commercial or residential transaction Depending on the property, real estate contracts and agreements can be lengthy and complicated. When you are looking to purchase property, our lawyers will arrange for an exhaustive title search to uncover the existence of liens or other issues that may affect the sale.

After performing a thorough investigation of the commercial or residential property, we can work with you to draft or negotiate a clear, all-encompassing contract that offers you protection and explains the obligations of all parties involved. A well-drafted real estate agreement must be in writing and should contain the following information:

  • Names of the signing parties — First, the contract must contain the identities of the buyer and seller.
  • Identification of the property being transacted — Next, the agreement must identify the property, the location, and whether it is commercial or residential.
  • Listing of property — If the property being transacted is residential, appliances such as a refrigerator, washer and dryer, stove, etc., should be listed as part of the sale. For commercial properties, industry-specific items such as manufacturing machinery or office furniture should be listed if they are to be included in the purchase.
  • Sales price — The contract must list the sales price for the commercial or residential property.
  • Closing date — The contract must list the date that the title of the property will be transferred.
  • Signatures — Finally, in order for a real estate contract of any kind to be enforceable, it must be signed by the participating parties.

Unless you have a background in law, navigating real estate contracts can be difficult. Our lawyers simplify the process and ensure you understand the contract terms and your obligations.

Reviewing your lending documents

If you plan on refinancing or purchasing a home with a mortgage, it is essential that you have your lending documents properly assembled and filled out. Not only can our lawyers assist you in filling out a loan application and the associated disclosure forms, but we can also review your assets and financial history to determine your chances of being approved. By reviewing your lending documents, we can spot inconsistencies, omissions, or other mistakes that may jeopardize your ability to receive a loan.

Negotiating commercial property sales transactions

Whether you are starting a new business or expanding an existing company, you need an ally who understands commercial real estate transactions. With 50 years of combined experience, our lawyers have helped countless Miami businesses buy and sell commercial property in Florida.

Over the course of our practice, we have represented local, regional, and national real estate developers in a number of commercial enterprises. Additionally, we have served as counsel on many multifamily housing projects. Our experienced lawyers can help you with a variety of issues related to the negotiation of commercial transactions in Florida, including:

  • Financing and leasing
  • Closings
  • Land purchase agreements
  • Land use regulations
  • Title searches
  • Breach of contracts
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Partnerships and joint ventures

No matter how complex your commercial transaction, we are prepared to protect your business interests.

Consult with a knowledgeable real estate law attorney in Florida

Rubinstein & Associates, P.A. is dedicated to helping individuals and businesses with all aspects of residential and commercial real estate transactions in Florida. Call 305-507-4876 or contact our firm online to schedule a consultation at our Miami office.

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    Miami, Florida 33156
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