Raleigh Real Estate Lawyers
Commercial real estate transactions and issues can be complex and involve significant amounts of money. Whether you are buying, selling, leasing, developing, or managing commercial property, a variety of legal issues can arise for which you may need the knowledge of a law firm that focuses on these matters.
Hiring an experienced commercial real estate lawyer can help ensure that your interests are protected and that your transactions go smoothly. From negotiating contracts and leases to resolving disputes, a skilled attorney can provide invaluable guidance and support throughout the entire process in which you are involved.
Our commercial real estate practice at Marzella Law Group (MLG) gives you the benefit of our decades of broad experience, skills, and command of this legal field. In assisting our clients, we study your needs and goals to develop a plan that best suits your objectives. We provide counsel based on an assessment and evaluation of both your legal and business needs.
We are licensed in North Carolina, New Jersey, and New York; offering a network of trusted local counsel to assist our clients in transactions throughout the entire eastern seaboard. We have also acted as local counsel for out-of-state lenders, and other attorneys completing transactions in North Carolina.
Need help with a commercial property matter? Reach out to Marzella Law Group to book a confidential consultation with one of our Raleigh commercial real estate attorneys at (919) 283-5350 or use our convenient online contact form.
*Please note that our firm does not handle Landlord/Tenant cases.
Our Commercial Real Estate Services in North Carolina
We provide the following commercial real estate services:
Acquisitions & Sales
We represent owners, developers, investors, and management companies in the acquisition and sale of:
- Specialized retail space
- Shopping centers and malls
- Multi-family housing
- Office buildings
- Commercial condominiums
- Industrial and warehouse facilities
- Recreational facilities
- Church and worship facilities
- Other commercial properties