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Guiding You through the Real Estate Buying Process

The real estate buying process in any market can be fraught with difficulty and unforeseen complication, and in Brooklyn, Staten Island and the rest of New York, buying a property can be especially difficult. What is supposed to be an exciting and promising next chapter in a buyer’s life can soon be derailed by high prices, entrenched residential policies and legal issues. The Tsiring Law Firm, P.C. is acutely familiar with the complicated real estate buying process in New York, including New York and Staten Island, and we are ready to help you through the buying process. Call us today at 718-749-9089 for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Buyers can experience roadblocks during the real estate buying process right up to the date or closing; his is why it’s important that you have experienced and qualified legal representation through each stage of your real estate transaction. It’s an unfortunate fact of life that some sellers will try and cut corners and be less than entirely forthcoming about the property in an effort to sell their homes in as little time and for as much money as possible. Some of the more common sticking that can occur during the process include, but are not limited to inspection issues, contractual conflicts and more.

A Negative Inspection report illuminates critical maintenance and repair issues in a property that sellers may not be willing to repair or rectify through a price decrease. It is the buyer’s right and prerogative to walk away if they can’t come to terms with sellers on inspection issues. Brooklyn and Staten Island are riddled with older buildings and it’s important to make sure that the property you’re buying is in habitable shape or can be repaired for a reasonable rate. The Tsiring Law Firm, P.C. has been helping clients navigate the real estate inspection process for years and we’re here to ensure you’re being treated fairly.

The real estate buying process starts with a contract and the attorney review period. This period allows both parties to thoroughly examine the contract and raise concerns about anything they might find objectionable. Some of these issues include timeliness of the closing date, zoning and property boundary issues and other financial matters. The Tsiring Law Firm, P.C. has been assessing real estate contracts for years and advising our clients in Brooklyn and Staten Island regarding their options. Call us today at 718-749-9089 for a free, no-obligation consultation. We very much look forward to hearing from you and assisting you in the purchase of your next commercial or residential property.

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