“[Holtzschue on Real Estate Contracts and Closings] is a terrific one-stop resource for practitioners at all levels of experience for drafting and evaluation of contract provisions, as well as a helpful treatment of important topics such as when time can be made of the essence and the Property Condition Disclosure Act.”
—Matthew J. Leeds, Bryan Cave, LLP, New York, NY
“Holtzschue on Real Estate Contracts and Closings is indispensable to the newcomer an seasoned practitioner alike.”
—Benjamin Weinstock Esq., Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., Uniondale, NY
“My constant companion when I started out and a valued reference ever since.”
—Dorothy Ferguson Esq., D. H. Ferguson, Attorney, PLLC, Pittsford, NY
Written by a veteran real estate attorney who helped write New York’s standard residential and commercial real estate contracts, Holtzschue on Real Estate Contracts and Closings shows you how to craft fair, dispute-free residential and commercial agreements more easily.
Holtzschue on Real Estate Contracts and Closings clearly explains the governing law and customary industry practices to ensure that you know how to prepare for a sale or purchase of real estate, including how to deal with the appropriate documents, tax issues, and brokers; draft and negotiate the contract, with the help of numerous laborsaving sample forms that speed the process; prepare for the closing, including the documents and scheduling details; and close the sale, including delivering and reviewing deeds and other paperwork and dealing with insurance policies, tax documents, and closing checks.
Included are checklists for sellers’ and purchasers’ attorneys that ensure all key steps are taken, as well as highlighted tips that underscore important transactional issues.
Updated at least once a year, Holtzschue on Real Estate Contracts and Closings: A Step-by-Step Guide to Buying and Selling Real Estate is an invaluable handbook for real estate attorneys and general practitioners handling real estate deals, as well as an important reference for brokers, title insurers, and inspectors.
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