The Law Offices of Jonathan M. Rosen provides service and representation in a wide variety of Real Estate Transactions and will ensure that your closing is conducted professionally and efficiently. Jonathan Rosen has over 30 years of experience in the Real Estate Transactions field, and he will guide you through the entire process.
Residential Real Estate for Buyers and Sellers including Co-ops and Condos
Jonathan Rosen will work with individuals and families in buying and selling their home assisting them in moving on to the next phase of their life. Managing a real estate closing is a tremendous responsibility we take seriously. We work with individuals, couples, and families at different stages of their lives, including:
First-time home buyers
Growing families looking for a bigger house
Families that are moving in or out of the New York area
People who are looking to down-size after retirement
Commercial Real Estate Buyers and Sellers
Commercial real estate transactions can be extremely complex. Commercial real estate laws laws regulate the sale and transfer of property for business use. When working on a commercial real estate deal, the law also governs issues such as:
Property and land use
Throughout his career, Jonathan Rosen has dealt with a wide variety of commercial buildings and property including office buildings, shopping malls, industrial complexes, warehouses, strip malls, grocery stores, and stand-alone commercial buildings.
For complex cases such as these, the most important thing an attorney can bring to the table is experience.
Commercial Lease Transactions
Commercial Leasing involves negotiating and setting up a lease between a landlord and business owner in a retail or commercial space. These are not standard lease agreements, as seen with residential properties. Instead, commercial leases are long and complex documents that require knowledge and experience in drafting and analyzing terms found in such leases.
If you are in a situation where you are considering filing for bankruptcy, planning ahead is a very smart move. It is good to know what you can and cannot do in the months and possibly years prior to filing for bankruptcy.
When it comes to your primary residence, whether or not you could lose your home depends on several variables, including what form of bankruptcy you are filing, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. With Chapter 7, variables are also related to how much equity you have in your home and the level of homestead protection for which you are eligible.
Jonathan Rosen will work with you to plan the best course of action that gives you the greatest chance of staying in your home.
A loan workout is a plan of how you may restructure your debt in the face of a foreclosure. Also called a loan modification or a mortgage modification, Jonathan Rosen will represent homeowners with distressed debt to work with the lending institution to work out a modification to an amount that can be paid regularly to avoid foreclosure.