Commercial and residential real estate transactions in Virginia and North Carolina require a technical understanding of the law in order to secure your investment, take advantage of tax savings, and protect yourself from litigation. Don’t make the mistake that many people make by entering into a real estate transaction or negotiation without the benefit of a knowledgeable attorney. This is risky and unnecessary. Contact the experienced real estate legal team at Alperin Law if you are buying, selling, or leasing residential or commercial property in Virginia or North Carolina, or are involved in a dispute involving a real estate contract, landlord, homeowners association, zoning law, or any other real estate matter. With over a half century of combined legal experience, we have the capability to zealously and skillfully represent your interests while protecting your investment.

Our Virginia Real Estate Lawyers Represent A Diverse Clientele

The experienced residential real estate attorneys at Alperin Law advise and represent a diverse array of residential real estate clients, including buyers and sellers, developers, builders, and investors. No matter which category of client you fall into, we have a track record of protecting our clients’ interests throughout the transaction. Regardless of the nature of your real estate matter, you will find that:

  • Our experience and skill in residential real estate transactions ultimately saves our clients valuable time and money and avoids litigation.
  • Our attorneys will take the time to counsel you about potential areas of concern before you commit to your transaction, paving a path to success.

When you work with us, you can be confident that we will protect your legal and financial interests now and into the future. Our residential real estate legal services include:

  • Advice on buying and selling a home
  • Contract preparation
  • Contract disputes
  • Contract negotiation and review
  • Title opinion letters
  • Title dispute resolution
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Residential leases
  • Condominium law
  • Homeowners associations
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Title insurance claims

Buying and selling real estate requires knowledge of Virginia and North Carolina law that the average person simply doesn’t have. Trust us to offer sound real estate advice.

Legal Advisors for Commercial Real Estate Management, Investment, and Zoning

Whether you are a business owner, real estate investor, or property manager, the commercial real estate team at Alperin Law can become a trusted legal advisor. We represent clients on all sides, including developers, businesses, lenders, landlords, and tenants in the Virginia Beach and Hampton Roads area. In addition to commercial real estate transactions, we are experienced in commercial leasing, condominium law, and community association law.

Our Real Estate Lawyers Provide Comprehensive Virginia Commercial Real Estate Services

Whatever your commercial real estate needs are, we can meet and exceed your expectations. Our commercial services include the following:

  • Contract preparation
  • Contract negotiation and review
  • Title opinion letters
  • Title dispute resolution
  • Zoning
  • Land use planning
  • Conditional use permits
  • Special exceptions
  • Tax-deferred exchanges
  • Landlord-tenant law
  • Commercial lease preparation
  • Commercial lease negotiation and review
  • Condominium formation
  • Property owners association formation

Is a Tax-Deferred Exchange Right for You? 

Many real estate investors have found it convenient or necessary when liquidating an investment interest to use Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 like-kind exchanges to avoid or defer capital gains taxes and depreciation recapture. Our team is experienced in tax-deferred exchanges and is available for advice about how this reinvestment strategy can work for you. In this capacity, we prepare and distribute the documents necessary to complete the exchange transaction, including instructions to the closing attorneys handling the sale and purchase. Because the 1031 exchange deadlines can be tight and the rules can be complicated, contact us as soon as you plan to sell your property to discuss your like-kind exchange questions and tax-deferred benefits.

We serve all communities in Eastern Virginia, including Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, Isle of Wight County, Hampton, the Eastern Shore and Northeastern North Carolina, including Currituck, Elizabeth City and the Outer Banks. Contact us today!

Scott Alperin
Experienced Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney Serving Virginia Beach Area Clients Since 1994.