Effective Strategies for Commercial Real Estate (Retired)

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This course explores the strategies for effectively exploring, documenting and closing real estate transactions while preserving one’s own rights. The strategies are practical, and have been honed by the speaker’s  30+ years of real estate transactional experience. The topic include: Proper Due Diligence, Proper Contractual Protection; How to Renegotiate or Withdraw, Being Prepared for Litigation, and Being Ethical to Build Trust.

 

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Event Details

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Course Instructor

John Collen, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

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Ethics Credits

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Course Description

This course explores the strategies for effectively exploring, documenting and closing real estate transactions while preserving one’s own rights. The strategies are practical, and have been honed by the speaker’s  30+ years of real estate transactional experience. The topic include: Proper Due Diligence, Proper Contractual Protection; How to Renegotiate or Withdraw, Being Prepared for Litigation, and Being Ethical to Build Trust.

Syllabus

  1. Do Proper Due Diligence
      • Legal Due Diligence
      • Party Due Diligence
      • Real Estate Due diligence: Physical State of the Property (including environmental), Economics of the Property; State of Title to the Property (including zoning).
  2. Provide Proper Contractual Protection
      • Representations and Warranties
      • Due Diligence Rights
      • Remedies and Outs
      • Dangers of Boiler Plate
      • Letter of Intent as Contract
  3. How to Renegotiate of Withdraw
      • Avoid Causing Unnecessary Ill-Will
      • Create Room to Keep Bargaining
      • Narrow the Issues and Stay Specific
      • It’s a Two-Way Street
  4. Be Well-Armed for Litigation, If It Comes
      • Maintain Privilege
      • Paper the File
      • Preserve Rights, Claims and Defenses
  5. Be Ethical
      • Don’t Reach Beyond your Competence
      • Avoid Conflicts of Interest
      • Maintain Confidences
      • Act Honorably Toward the Other Side

Instructor

John Collen, Esq.

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