Jersey Shore Real Estate Lawyers
Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz is a full service law firm based in Wildwood, NJ, and we are your professional choice for Jersey Shore real estate lawyers. Our firm assists and represents land owners, mixed-use developers, corporations and lenders with most every type of transaction, and with every aspect of both land usage and development approvals.
New Jersey real estate laws are extremely complex, and buyers, sellers, and renters of land at the Jersey Shore especially need to be aware of any legal challenges. At Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, we identify any potential problems in transactions and steer you through complex regulations to meet your objectives. You have more important things to concern yourself with as a land owner or buyer; let us handle the legal end of your development.
Our real estate attorneys regularly handle multiple aspects of real estate, including: planning and zoning, environmental reviews, shoreline and wetlands protection, historic preservation and licensing. Our partners include project architects and consultants, engineers, lenders, government officials, and community members, and we work to provide cost-effective and creative solutions for our clients. We also perform due diligence reviews and advice property owners regarding land use issues and eminent domain laws.
As premier Jersey Shore real estate lawyers, we also have a zoning and land usage team on staff with years of experience handling other regulatory matters, including:
- Land Usage Planning
- Adverse Land Use Decision Appeals
- Special Zoning Permits
- Historical Preservation Concerns
If you are at a legal crossroads concerning Jersey Shore real estate, and need attorneys that can help you achieve your objectives, call on Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz now at (609) 729-1333, or use this form to request a consultation. We have the experience, expertise and commitment to help you with all of your real estate legal needs.
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