Florida Real Estate Lawyer Focuses on Commercial Real Estate
Orlando Law Firm Assists With Commercial Real Estate Transactions
The success of a commercial real estate transaction depends largely on the knowledge of a specific real estate market. Orlando Attorney Nishad Khan has a detailed understanding of the Florida commercial real estate market. He provides clients with accurate, up-to-date information to help them make sound decisions concerning their commercial investments.
Commercial Transactions Require Experienced Legal Counsel
Attorneys who handle commercial real estate transactions must have a solid grasp on financing, taxes, titles, surveys, and also an innate ability to evaluate the other party’s intentions. One of the most difficult tasks required of a commercial real estate lawyer is successfully negotiating the contract, which requires the skill to realistically assess the degree to which a buyer wants to own a piece of commercial property.
Put Our Experience to Work for You
Florida Real Estate Attorney Nishad Khan is ready to educate clients on the opportunities as well as legal issues they may face related to commercial real estate transactions, including FIRPTA (Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act) regulations. We will guide you through the entire transaction process, from selecting a location and developing the property through the sale.
Attorney Nishad Khan has experience with numerous facets of commercial real estate law, including:
- Acquisitions and sales
- Sales contracts
- Construction negotiation
- Dispute resolution
- Due diligence
- Title insurance
- Environmental site assessment
- Property development
- Management agreements
- Contract development
- Financing agreements
- Commercial leases
- Brokerage commissions
- Defective buildings
Do you need help with a commercial real estate transaction in Florida? For more information about how Nishad Khan P.L. can assist you and help protect your investment, contact our firm online or call (407) 228-9711 to schedule your free initial consultation today.