A real estate attorney with extended experience in commercial real estate brokerage. Our Flat Fee legal services deliver solutions to tenants, landlords, investors and syndicators. Know upfront what you are buying and only pay for what you need.
You have the most control over financial outcome of your business decisions before the contract is signed. A well-drafted contract is the first step towards ensuring success of the business, as well as protection of your personal and business assets.
We help tenants, landlords and investors have their interests heard and addressed through the terms of the contract. We have seen the price that businesses and individuals have to pay for the holes in their contracts. Our goal is help you avoid losing money over issues that could have been foreseen and prevented.
Our business model is changing a Flat Rate fee, which reflects our philosophy: every client has an outcome towards which they are striving. Our task, as legal counsel, is to guide them to that outcome in the shortest amount of time and with the least amount of expenses. Our legal service packages are all inclusive, full-service offerings. You know upfront what you are paying for and how much it's going to cost in the end.
Legal matters should be taken care of, but they don't have to be your biggest cost of doing business.
Our services include:
* Commercial lease review and negotiation for tenants/businesses
* Commercial lease review and negotiation for landlords/investors
* Lease renewals
* Lease renegotiation
* Purchase and sale agreement review
* Due diligence
Please contact us for an initial consultation.
4500 Park Granada
Calabasas CA 91302
30 minute free consultation
Commercial Lease Review for Tenants or Landlords Commercial Lease Negotiation for Tenants or Landlords Commercial Lease Renewals or Renegotiations Purchase and Sale Contract Review
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Get your lease or purchase contract reviewed at a Flat Rate fee. Having worked on both sides of the transaction, we can negotiate the best terms for your long-term success. We will help fix the holes, protect your assets and your business.
Any real estate contract is a legal document that covers rights, responsibilities and obligations of the parties involved. Signing a contract will create a legally binding agreement between you and the other side. So, whether you are negotiating a new or an existing lease, entering into the purchase or sale of a property, or doing due diligence on a property, Moschetti Law Group can help.
The transactions that go smoothly don't cause much notoriety; all the parties are happy in the end. The problem are the transactions that go wrong. The main question becomes, will yours be the side exposed to liability the most?
Here are a few points to consider before signing a real estate contract:
* The origin of the contract. - Which party created the contract? The other party's document will almost always put their party in a more favorable situation. Are the provisions of the contract current? Have there been changes in the legal code, or even in the way things work in the world that could have a negative impact?
* Was the contract prepared by a real estate agent instead of an attorney? - Most legal problems are caused by poorly drafted agreements by well-meaning, but not qualified to do so real estate agents. A comma in the wrong place could change the meaning of the entire provision. When it comes to rights, liabilities and obligations, it is wise to have your contracts drafted by an attorney, who is not only skilled, but is legally able to do so.
* Experience in real estate matters. - Have you been exposed to the issues that can rise in a landlord/tenant or buyer/seller transactions? Are these issues thoroughly addressed in the contract? Is your side represented well? Real estate is a specialized area of law. It would help if the contract was drafted by an attorney, whose expertise is based on an actual brokerage and real estate transactional experience.
* Timing and pressure. - The more urgent the deal appears, the sloppier and less thorough your attention to detail becomes. Especially, when the pressure is made greater by large numbers at steak.
* How objective are you about this specific transaction? - Are there important areas that are implied, rather than included in the contract? Have you considered what would make the transaction a deal breaker? Are those issues addressed in the contract?
An experienced commercial real estate attorney can make the difference to your financial future.
Here is how an experienced real estate attorney will help your side of the deal:
* Put the time on your side. When managed properly, no real deal will escape due to timing issue. Deals don't die due to small amounts of time. The deals that do were not realistic to begin with.
* Ensure that your side and your interests are the one that are being represented. That's the difference between having a hope versus sleeping well at night.
* Understand your obligations, without exposing yourself to unnecessary liabilities.
* Avoid future lawsuits over misunderstandings, errors or omissions.
* Have a second and objective pair of eyes to look over your deal.
Mr. Moschetti, managing partner of Moschetti Law Group, has been representing high net-worth individuals, businesses and landlords for over 15 years. His expertise with contracts and term negotiations has proven to save clients time, money and lessen the burden of overwhelm and worry. Mr. Moschetti offers real-estate transaction services that deal with purchase and sale contracts, lease reviews and drafting, renewal and negotiations, as well as due diligence and analysis. With Mr. Moschetti your property will be in good hands.
I'm a highly skilled investment real estate professional and attorney who has lead, managed, and consulted on complex commercial real estate transactions. I have been in practice for 16 years; for the first 10 years I was a litigator in real estate matters. This exposed me to the minefield a poorly drafted agreement could be - and how to do it right instead.
My background includes legal strategy and negotiation, detailed investment and financial analysis, strategic planning, and communication. Positive and professional, with the ability to cultivate strong professional relationships, I'm passionate about numbers, risk mitigation through accurate contracting and underwriting, and, ultimately, finding ways to increase my clients' cash flow and capital. My business skill set includes expertise in asset management, financial planning, budgeting, leasing, deal flow, marketing, and due diligence.
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