There may not be a more commonly associated phrase with the purchasing of real estate than, “Location. Location. Location.” The inherent meaning is that location ranks as the number one, two and three most important factors in a client’s buying process. We can all understand why a homeowner may feel this way. City versus suburbs versus country. Quality of schools. Proximity to major roadways, hospitals, shopping, etc. But, how does location factor into the thought process of a business owner who is starting a business or moving an operation?
Quite simply, it’s a game changer.
The location of a business, in many cases, will be just as critical to the health of that business over time as what it sells and how it chooses to market its wares and services. The decisions carry a lot of weight and the real estate attorneys at Giordano, DelCollo, Werb & Gagne are well equipped to guide a client through the process of deciding on a new commercial location. Is it best to rent or buy? Is your enterprise best suited for a stand-alone location, or would you be better served in a retail hub like a shopping center or mall?
From construction contracts and lease agreements to property management agreements and property purchases, our team has the expertise your business requires in order to take the next step without skipping a beat. We will assist you in navigating complex issues such as environmental requirements and zoning laws. But, the most critical piece is that you will be interfacing with a group of legal pros who dedicate themselves to understanding your business’s needs and the most efficient manner of finding solutions to your unique challenges.
If you operate a business in Delaware and you have a real estate matter that demands the area’s most committed legal team, call the offices of Giordano, DelCollo, Werb & Gagne so that we can begin serving you today.