Basic Considerations for Real Estate Transactions
About this Program
Whether you're a new attorney trying to build a practice, an experienced attorney doing a favor for a family member, or inside counsel assisting a corporate office, almost all attorneys are faced with the challenge of handling a real estate transaction at some point in their career. Experienced real estate attorney Edward Feldman explains the ins and outs of basic real estate transactions in New York and New Jersey and provides guidance on how attorneys can protect their clients and themselves in these important deals. Beginning with an examination of how real estate procedures differ from county to county, Mr. Feldman explores the tax ramifications involved in selling and purchasing real estate, and suggests ways in which the involved parties can avoid problems with title transfers. Additionally, Mr. Feldman reviews sample brokerage agreements and “realtor” contracts, and offers insights into the multitude of documents involved, such as title commitments and surveys. After viewing Mr. Feldman’s presentation, practitioners will have a clear understanding of the basics of real estate transactions and will be equipped with the tools necessary to properly represent their clients while avoiding any mishaps along the way.
I. “Simple” Home Purchase Example
II. The Parties’ Goals & Tax Considerations
III. Purchase, Sales, & Purchase Agreements
IV. The Realtor Contract
V. Riders and Title Considerations
Very clear and comprehensive look at real estate transactions. Very good "tips" along the way.
Excellent overview and practical pointers and pitfalls of residential sales in NY and NJ.
Useful introduction to the subject matter.
A very nice presentation with good advice on taking care of the client.
Mr. Feldman did a perfect presentation. Wonderful!
very informative for someone who does not deal with real estate on a regular basis.
A very good overview of real estate transactions.
A good intro for people with little experience in the field.
Excellent -- smart and prudent.
Very basic, but very good overview.
Very thorough and informative overview. Sample contract was very helpful to follow along with lecture.
Presented complicated concepts in a very clear and easy to understand manner.
excellent presentation. very helpful.
great overview - concise, well explained
Some good points to remember
Very helpful. Very knowlegeable attorney. Best speaker insofar as explaining things in plain terms.
Excellent overview for a New Jersey or New York attorney who needs basic information on real estate transactions.
Presentation was excellent. Mr. Feldman was very well spoken, easy to follow & organized in his presentation. Thank you!
A fine presentation.
the simplicity and thoroghness of this presentation is outstanding
Feldman is outstanding. I've been practicing for 15 years, but I still found this helpful.
Mr. Feldman was really good. He gave a great presentation in a very concise but clear and presentable manner.
Edward you did a superb job! Your presentation was clear, concise informative. You have great poise and charisma. You should be teaching law at any law school.
SPEAKER WAS ENGAGING
very good course
Excellent overview. Look forward to viewing more in-depth lectures from the presenter.
This is a basic course on closings and as such it was very good.
informative course and a good refresher
Great course for the new real estate practitioner
Very interesting and informative.
very concise and clear
This is a really good practical introduction to the considerations in real estate transactions. I learned a lot.
Very good speaker.
I thought that this was the best continuing education lecture I have heard yet. I also liked the fact that Mr. Feldman invited his listeners to call or email him with questions; it's unusual for a lawyer to be so generous with his valuable time.
Excellent refresher of basics. Speaker is engaging and informed.
good written materials.
The glowing reviews were accurate, a very good course and an engaging speaker
Good practical advice.
good overview but specific details on some subjects was lacking