Every Commercial Real Estate Transaction Is A Negotiation
Why Do I Need A Commercial Real Estate Attorney?
Hiring a qualified lawyer limits the risk inherent in commercial real estate transactions and ensures that they are conducted efficiently. This allows more freedom to negotiate and to secure the most favorable outcome for your business.
Negotiating well requires thorough preparation, which involves understanding the exact nature of the deal as well as the specific interests of all parties involved. This information can then be applied, together with the appropriate methods and techniques, to negotiate favorable terms. Without proper preparation and negotiating skill, however, getting the wrong end of the deal is highly possible.
Our principle attorney, Christopher Glenn Beckom, knows what it takes to negotiate well. He has received professional training in the theory and practice of negotiation that enables him to tenaciously pursue your interests. As your representative, he will ensure that you receive a step-by-step account of what to expect from the negotiating process and keep you informed throughout. Additionally, Mr. Beckom is equipped to handle disputes and litigation should they arise.
Our offices are always accessible by phone and email, and we return all communications from our current clients within 24 hours. To discuss how best to negotiate your commercial real estate transaction, contact us via phone at 800-581-7030 or via email at today.
Transactions involving commercial property are far more complex than residential transactions. The law expects both parties in any commercial transaction to be able to understand the terms of their contract and act accordingly.
Because of this, the legal protections afforded to buyers of residential property are vastly reduced in commercial purchases, which typically involve much larger sums of money and thus carry greater risk. The absence of these protections gives greater importance to negotiation and flexibility, and commercial transactions can be tailored in far greater detail than residential agreements.