Commercial Real  Estate

Location is everything when it comes to a new commercial venture. Once this location is found, you then have to determine whether you will need to purchase or lease a particular piece of property. Each has benefits and drawbacks for a company and each can either help or hurt a business. An experienced Florida Commercial Real Estate Attorney can discuss your options and review any documents related to this acquisition or sale.

Some businesses will not have a choice. For instance, if a person finds the perfect property in a strip mall or a business complex, they may be required to lease. If this is the case, an attorney at Sperry Law Firm can review the terms of your lease to make sure it meets your business needs. We can also make sure that the terms are fair and not particularly onerous for the renter.

If you are a commercial landlord, the attorneys at Sperry Law Firm can prepare a commercial lease tailored to your needs whether your real property is undeveloped, a stand-alone structure, or a shopping center.

For others looking to expand or build a new property, they will almost certainly be required to purchase new land. If this is the case, you will need an attorney to help with financing issues, zoning issues, building codes, and more. An attorney at Sperry Law Firm can help with these issues and make sure the purchase goes smoothly with terms that benefit our client.

However, if you are the seller of commercial real estate, the attorneys at Sperry Law Firm can guide you through the entire sale process, from contract to closing, preparing all necessary documents required to protect your interests.

At Sperry Law Firm, our clients are our top priority. For more than 30 years, Bruce J. Sperry has provided quality legal representation to those with business and corporate needs. The attorneys at Sperry Law Firm understand the needs of entrepreneurs and businesses in Plant City and the Greater Tampa Bay Area, as well as those throughout the State of Florida. The goal of Sperry Law Firm is to build an attorney-client relationship built on a solid foundation of trust. This trust is established through client communication. Here, each client is treated individually and their legal matter is given the attention it deserves. You will always receive prompt attention and will always be kept informed on how your matter is proceeding.

Our areas of service and experience in commercial transactions include:

If you need help determining if purchasing or leasing is your best option or you have questions about a financing agreement,
a Florida Real Estate Attorney at Sperry Law Firm can assist.
To learn more, contact us today for a consultation.