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NYC Real Estate Attorney Sishodia - Residential and Commercial Transactions
Top Rated New York City real estate lawyer Natalia Sishodia is here to help in buying or selling a home and commercial property transactions. Free consult, call now (833) 616-4646
Sishodia PLLC, is a boutique New York real estate law firm offering experienced, individualized legal solutions to clients ranging from first-time home buyers to seasoned real estate investors. We serve clients throughout NYC and surrounding areas, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Westchester, Long Island and the Hamptons.
Real Estate Attorney - NYC
Buying or selling a commercial or a residential property can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. Whether you are ready to purchase a single family home, a co-op, a condo or another type of dwelling in New York City, or are looking to sell your home, having the guidance of the right NYC real estate attorneys can be invaluable. The right lawyers can help you negotiate favorable terms, smooth any disputes before they become a serious problem, and most importantly help to prevent future legal issues.
Natalia Sishodia of Sishodia PLLC is a top rated NYC real estate lawyer with a reputation for helping to facilitate smooth transactions in all corners of Manhattan, Brooklyn and New York City. Hiring a great real estate lawyer is an important decision – we offer complimentary consultations, white glove service and top notch representation. Buying or selling your home in NYC doesn’t have to be stressful – Sishodia Pllc are here to help. To schedule a free consultation, call now (833) 616-4646.
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What Does a New York Real Estate Attorney Do?
Real estate attorneys handle “real property” transactions. This includes assistance during the purchase and sale of single standing homes, condominiums, co-ops and land. In NY City, transactions can quickly become complex. For instance, co-op sales often involve a background check and qualifications. Condos may involve tax-abatement. This added layer of complexity means the attorneys you hire to handle your residential purchase or sale must understand NYC’s complex law, as well as sometimes complicated buyer and seller situations. As experienced NYC lawyers, Sishodia PLLC have many years of experience dealing with New York’s tough RE market. We offer two convenient locations – New York City Real Estate Attorney and Real Estate Attorney Dutchess County, NY. If you are unsure whether you will need a lawyer for your upcoming transaction, call to schedule a free consultation today at:
Sishodia Manhattan Real Estate Attorney - Co-op Specialists and More
A person who is purchasing a co–op is actually purchasing shares in the corporation that owns the building. Under the law, the actual apartment where you will live is yours through a proprietary lease. In a co-op you must pay taxes, repairs and insurance in proportion to the shares you own. Co-op approvals can be notoriously difficult. Often, you may be required to provide bank statements, tax returns, professional references and more.
Unlike in a condo, NYC co-ops often limit how you sell or rent the apartment in which you live. Just as importantly, tax laws in a co-op can be complex, and require a thorough understanding of co-ops and NYC laws. Having knowledgeable Manhattan attorneys on your side means you may be able to better understand the limitations and benefits of the co-op you are purchasing.
If you are selling a co-op in New York City navigating complex laws can be just as daunting. A flip tax is a tax that a seller may have to pay after a co-op sale in certain cases. In addition, out of state coop sellers may face additional challenges with income tax withholding at closing. A great attorney may be able to help you during every phase of the sale and keep the complex transaction flowing smoothly, as well as provide you with advice on how to minimize tax consequences.
To learn more about cooperative real-estate, call now to schedule a complimentary consultation with Natalia Sishodia, Esq.
This was actually my first purchase in NYC and I couldn’t have done it without the help of Natalia who guided me through every step of the way. She was always thoughtful and kept things light hearted even when things got to be stressful as home buying can be. She was happy to explain things so that I could be knowledgeable myself and was always looking out for my best interest. I’m looking forward to working with her on my future projects as I feel very lucky to have found her. Truly kind and I would like to recommend her services to anyone reading this.
I contacted Sishodia PLC about a commercial real estate deal that I’ve been trying to close. The lawyers here were very friendly and responded to my questions quickly. Ms. Sishodia gave me really sound advice. I would not hesitate to contact her again if I need help with my commercial real estate again. Thank you guys!
Ms. Sishodia is a first rate attorney. Her work was timely and flawless. She was extremely helpful and patient when opposing counsel was hi u clearly not up to the task at hand. Her knowledge of the relevant legal issues reflected a thorough understanding and vast experience. She also had real, financial sophistication which made her even more effective. An outstanding attorney who provided great value in every way.
I worked with Natalia as the buyers agent and was blown away with how attentive and professional she was throughout the process. She helped the deal stay on track even with a challenging seller and I plan to recommend her to more clients in the future.
Shawn (Long Island City Real Estate)
Natalia is a gem. Not only is she incredibly responsive, but also knowledgeable, accountable and incredibly professional.
I worked with her on the sale of my Manhattan apartment – she helped me navigate all the questions and confusion and truly was a partner to me!
I’d recommend her for any of your real estate legal needs.
Natalia was a pleasure to work with and that is saying something since she was on the opposite side of the transaction from my client. Very professional and responsive. A deal maker rather than a deal breaker.
Sishodia Brooklyn Real Estate Lawyers - Condos and Beyond
It is important to distinguish between a condo and a co-op when you are looking for a new apartment in Brooklyn, Manhattan and anywhere in New York City. Just like in a co-op, a condo purchase includes common areas, such as hallways and elevators, and in some newer buildings a business center or a rooftop. The biggest difference between the two is that when buying a condo, the buyer actually buys a title to real estate and not stock in a corporation. In this case, a deed is issued to the condo unit being purchased by the buyer. The mortgage payments and real estate taxes are the responsibility of the owner. Although a condo board can still reject the application, in NYC this is relatively uncommon and the process of purchasing a condo is usually much easier than that of a co-op. However, an easier transaction often means that the price of a condo can be much higher than that of a co-op.
Whether you are buying or selling a condo it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side. The complex tax rules governing condos, recent tax abatement law changes and other issues may arise during a purchase or sale of this residential property. By working closely with a top rated attorney at Sishodia PLLC you can help minimize potential disputes, and help facilitate a quicker transaction.
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In addition to a reputation as great residential real estate lawyers, Sishodia PLLC is also known for its commercial property practice. Commercial property clients who are looking for a top notch attorney to represent them in complex transactions in and around Manhattan, Brooklyn and all five boroughs in New York City have hired Natalia Sishodia and her team to handle:
Complex commercial transactions require a great deal of oversight and the guidance of an experienced lawyer. Call us today to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss the purchase, sale or lease of your commercial property (833) 616-4646.
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Working With Natalia Sishodia and Top Rated Attorneys at Sishodia PLLC
Whether you are buying or selling your home it is important to enlist the help of a qualified, experienced real estate attorney. Moreover, while there is no requirement in New York City that you must have a lawyer, almost all buyers and sellers chose to have their own attorney representing them. The reason for this is simple – an attorney’s job is to protect your interest, smooth potential disputes and increase the likelihood of your transaction closing. At the law office of Sishodia PLLC, we have dedicated our practice to helping New Yorkers successfully buy homes, sell homes and protect their assets. Hiring a great lawyer is an important decision, which is why we offer a free consultation. Call us today to start on the road to your new home (833) 616-4646.
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