Robert J Huguelet Jr., P.C. is trusted and experienced in many areas of real estate law, particularly, commercial and residential transactions. The vast majority of our clients have assets that include some kind of real estate. Our knowledge and experience in real estate law is valuable to signing an estate plan for the client who owns real estate.


The term “commercial” property includes:

  • stand-alone commercial or industrial buildings which may be either owner-occupied or leased out to others
  • multi-unit investment properties leased to tenants such as shopping centers or office buildings or apartment buildings having a larger number of units
  • vacant property that is zoned for commercial or industrial uses
  • property that is to be zoned, developed and used for mixed uses

Our firm is ready to represent buyers, sellers and investors in all facets of commercial real estate. This includes:

  • Entity formation
  • preparation and negotiation of letters of intent
  • guidance through the due diligence investigation
  • contract formation
  • Structuring tax deferred exchange transactions
  • coordination with environmental consultants, land planners, and engineers
  • resolving survey and legal title matters
  • preparation and negotiation of leases
  • obtaining annexation, zoning and entitlement approvals from local governmental bodies
  • preparing covenants, conditions and restrictions relating to ownership and use
  • preparing easement agreements
  • negotiation of loan terms and documentation
  • preparing and negotiating construction contracts
  • representation in mechanic’s lien matters
  • representation at closing


Residential properties typically refers to single-family homes, condominiums, townhomes and apartment building with a small amount of units.

We recognize that a client’s home, whether it is the purchase or sale, is often the largest, if not dearest, investment for the client.

Our firm is trusted and experienced to handle all facets of residential real estate. This includes:

  • representation in contract formation and modification
  • working in cooperation with the client’s real estate broker
  • resolving inspection issues
  • guidance through the mortgage finance process
  • reviewing and resolving survey matters
  • preparation of title insurance commitments
  • resolving legal title and survey issues
  • preparation and review of all closing documents including closing statements and deeds
  • representation at closing
  • assuring proper delivery of possession of the property and approved occupancy
  • post – closing follow-up on outstanding issues

Whether you are buying or selling or simply including real estate in your estate plan, our firm will provide you with outstanding personalized service.

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