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New Jersey Real Estate Purchase & Sale Lawyers

Comprehensive Services in Real Estate Disputes

Whether you are a community association, homeowner or developer, the real estate transaction process is a challenging task that requires skilled guidance in protecting your interests. This area of practice is constantly changing and by remaining informed of regulations and laws, our firm can save clients from expensive litigation down the road. It is important in these matters to seek a real estate lawyer who stays up to date on industry trends and who can serve as a valuable resource.

At the law firm of Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP, in Hackensack, New Jersey, we provide guidance for clients facing various real estate transaction disputes. Founded in 1913, our firm has established a strong history of results by providing clients with a wide-range of services recognized in the legal and local communities. Our team of talented attorneys is focused on meeting client's goals and objectives in an efficient and cost-effective manner. We treat every case with respect and determination in order to provide personal, quality service.

Experienced Representation for All Your Real Estate Matters

We have assisted clients involved in various complex real estate transactions, including:

  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Formulating contracts
  • Environmental issues
  • Commercial leasing and refinancing
  • Real estate financing
  • Real estate tax appeals
  • Preparing closing documents in connection with residential/commercial transactions
  • Lender disputes
  • Mortgage foreclosure
  • Title disputes and claims
  • Condominiums and co-ops
  • Municipal law and land use
  • Short sales

While we are creative negotiators and litigators, we also offer alternative dispute resolutions that prove to be less costly and more effective in settling real estate transaction and community association issues on your behalf.

Contact Partner Richard Rapone at 201-488-7211; or to schedule an initial consultation fill out our simple contact form today.

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Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP
190 Moore Street, Suite 306
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 201-488-7211
Fax: 201-488-1210
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