Real Estate – Commercial & Residential
NY Attorney – Legal Help with Real Estate for Immigrants
Because buying real estate is generally the largest investment you will make in a lifetime, it is important to have an attorney who can ensure that you have a worry free transaction the day of the sale and that you avoid future pitfalls. If you are an immigrant, it is particularly important to have an experienced attorney to advise you concerning real estate law in the United States and protect your interests.
If you have been hurt in an accident or by a product, you may be entitled to a cash reward. It is important to have an attorney who understands your legal status in the United States guide you through these types of cases while protecting your rights so you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
Our Legal Services
At the Law Offices of William A. Streppone, we extend our immigration practice to legal services to assist immigrants who want to start a business or buy a home and need legal help to purchase property and under their legal rights. We represent businesses and individuals in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island and throughout the New York metro area.
Our New York law firm will assist you with all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Pre-sell reviews
- Contract preparation and review
- Title searches
- Warranty deeds
- Notes and mortgages
Whether you need legal advice and guidance concerning commercial or residential real estate negotiations, documentation or analysis related to the purchase, sale or lease of commercial property, attorney William Streppone brings a broad scope of practical skills and know-how to the table. You can count on his careful attention to detail and thorough review of your commercial real estate transactions from purchase agreements to loan details for legal sufficiency and accuracy. He will research and verify the title to the property you are purchasing, investigate covenants and restrictions for land use and other zoning or deed restrictions before you close on the property.