Purchase & Sale of Multi-Family Dwellings & Buildings

About Purchase & Sale of Multi-Family Dwellings & Buildings

About Purchase & Sale of Multi-Family Dwellings & Buildings

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. has assembled a team consisting of many of the best closing attorneys in the state of New York. Our successes have led to the highest honors and awards from the bar and ranking organizations. Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is the only real estate law firm with under 30 attorneys that has received an AV® Martindale-Hubbell rating, Super Lawyers honors, Best Lawyers, Best Law Firms and selection into the Registry of Preeminent Lawyers, the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and the American College of Mortgage Attorneys. The internationally esteemed Chambers & Partners named Adam Leitman Bailey among New York’s Leading Real Estate Lawyers. Chambers & Partners noted that Adam Leitman Bailey made his “debut in the rankings following enthusiastic praise for his expertise” and is “an extraordinary practitioner who gets great results” quoting a client on Mr. Bailey’s “ability to anticipate things before they happen.” The New York Real Estate Journal declared Mr. Bailey to be “one of New York’s best real estate attorneys” The New York Times praised the firm’s “novel” strategy.

The heavily regulated and complex interactions of laws controlling multi-family and commercial buildings in New York City require not only that the transactional attorney handling a purchase or sale of such properties have an intimate knowledge of real property law, but also a complete familiarity with the immense body of landlord-tenant laws, state and city statutes, subsidized housing, and benefit programs. By practicing one type of law in one state and mostly in one city, we are uniquely qualified to represent buyers and sellers of multi-family dwellings. Our firm’s transactional attorneys have closed thousands of deals, combined with our landlord-tenant and foreclosure departments who deal with the complexities of tax incentives, rent regulation, buildings coming out of foreclosure, and bankruptcy. Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.’s attorneys’ due diligence on a property provides meticulous analysis of the pitfalls, overcharges or limitations on the property as well as the plan to increase a property’s value on the date of purchase or over a period of time—whether, for example, that includes correcting any regulatory problems and potential evictions as a result of illegal abuses of the rent regulation laws. Our clients, many times, can maximize their purchase or sale by navigating the intricacies of the New York real estate with the help of our wisdom and guidance. See Due Diligence and Transactional Risk Assessment of Multi-Family Dwellings. Click here.

These achievements have made Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. the law firm of choice for the purchase and sale of multi-family and commercial buildings.

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