Smart purchasers pay careful attention to all three forms of due diligence.
In every conveyance of real estate, whether it be a residential home purchase, commercial or residential lease, the purchase of a commercial property or the purchase of vacant land for development, the prospective purchaser or renter, and, if applicable, the lending institution, must conduct some level of due diligence toward investigating the quality, both physical and intangible, of the real estate being conveyed. The due diligence process is one of the most important, yet challenging aspects of investing in real estate.
Kyle R. Smith
- Attorney with Bernstein-Burkley, P.C. in the firm’s business law group
- Concentrates his practice in corporate and commercial business transactions, oil, gas and energy matters, real estate and tax assessment appeal work, and other civil law matters
- Experience representing developers and users in commercial and multi-use developments, obtaining local and state zoning, land-use and other approvals and permits, drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, loan document and commercial leases, and reviewing surveys and title insurance policies
- J.D. degree, Duquesne University School of Law; B.A. degree, summa cum laude, Gannon University
- Can be contacted at 412-456-8161 or [email protected]
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