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There is a serious gap in the real estate industry – most of real estate owners and tenants, who find themselves in the $1 million to $10 million property price range, become victims of unqualified advice when it comes to the real estate contracts. Small to medium size property investors are known to rely on their real estate salesperson for the transaction, as well as review and negotiation of the legally binding documents. That is the biggest mistake any party to a real estate transaction could make. A real estate salesperson is neither qualified, nor licensed to give an advice that would impact the legal rights and obligations of the interested party. Not surprisingly, high net worth individuals and corporate investors do not make the same mistake. They hire an experienced real estate attorney to draft, to review, to negotiate their real estate contracts. The goal? Asset protection. One’s signature on a legal document that includes an error, an omission or simply a bad advice, could lead to significant future damages. This is how wealthy people ensure that they stay wealthy. Moschetti Law Group is proud to be offering the level of expertise that combines over 15 years of real estate litigation experience with over 6 years of commercial brokerage experience. Mr. Moschetti has represented, counseled, advised and negotiated terms for owners and tenants of every property type and size. From first time investors to family offices and national brands, Mr. Moschetti has been ensuring that his clients only sign the contracts that are in alignment with their interests, while reducing their exposure to potential future risks.


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February 3, 2020 by admin

Understanding “As-Is Where-Is” In Real Estate Contracts

You may see the term “as-is where-is” in real estate contracts, especially in the sale of bank owned properties. People often misunderstand “as-is where-is” to mean a buyer has no rights and is blindly purchasing a property. What many people don’t know is that even though a real estate sales contract may have an “as-is […]

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January 16, 2020 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

Common Questions About 1031 Exchanges

To understand 1031 exchanges, avoid these common misconceptions. If you want to build a real estate empire, you need to understand 1031 exchanges. If you make a profit when you sell real estate, you’ll need to pay federal capital gains tax, which can be as high as 28%. You may also need to pay state […]

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January 2, 2020 by Tilden Moschetti, Esq.

4 Ways Escrow Benefits Real Estate Buyers and Sellers

How Escrow Works In any real estate transaction, it’s important to know how escrow works so that you can confidently move forward with the sale and minimize your risk. Escrow benefits both the buyer and the seller and ensures everything proceeds just as you have agreed. Escrow Is A Neutral Third Party Working on behalf […]

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