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Coronavirus and the Economy

I have been practicing law for a long time now and I have experienced many ups and downs in the law practice, in the real estate industry, and in the economy overall. I can specifically recollect recessions which affected the activity and value of properties.

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Residential Migration

An interesting phenomenon has developed pertaining to real estate and the pandemic. Due to the fact that the more densely populated urban areas have been hit the hardest with the COVID-19 virus statistics, residents of New York City are migrating to the suburbs (Including North New Jersey).

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Landlord Tenant

During these difficult times, I have been receiving multiple communications from Landlords (commercial and residential) and Tenants regarding the difficulties of paying and collecting Lease obligations.

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Revisiting Your Last Will and Testament

At this time, when many people are staying home, it is a good opportunity to revisit your Last Will and Testament.

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Navigating Real Estate Transactions During a Pandemic

I have been handling Real Estate Matters for over 30 years. The current pandemic situation has made all transactions difficult for multiple reasons.

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Decades of Varied Experience – Real Estate Focus Now

During the course of my 36 years as an Attorney of Law in the State of New Jersey I have handled many different types of legal matters. Early in my career I was a Public Defender for the State of New Jersey in Bergen County.

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Buying or Selling an Investment Property? Then This Blog is a Must-Read!

The State of New Jersey law requires an owner of income producing property to notify the Division of Taxation prior to closing regarding the upcoming event.

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When Selling Your Home, Be Ready to Move!

It is surprising how many clients put their home on the market for sale, but do not yet have plans made before their relocation. Often times the Seller wants to wait to see the house is going to sell and see how much money they will receive for it before making future plans.

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Thinking of Putting an Asset in Another Name? Be Aware of These Potential Pitfalls.

I have many clients that put the ownership of their assets in other names. The usual scenarios (and related challenges) include: Scenario #1: Putting their assets in a trust thinking that they will avoid tax related responsibilities…

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Selling Your Home? How To Make Sure Required Repairs Don’t Sneak Up On You

New Jersey Real Estate Contracts have extensive provisions to allow the Buyer to do "Home Inspections". Buyers can inspect for many items including the Home itself, Wood Destroying Insects, Radon, Underground Oil Tanks, etc.

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