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Three Things to Look Out for When Buying Commercial Real Estate

The legal principle of caveat emptor (Latin for “let the buyer beware”) may not be common knowledge to the average buyer, but its implications are nonetheless very real: it means that you alone are responsible for determining the quality and suitability of the property you are buying.

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Whether you are a business owner or an investor, you likely do not have the time, energy, or expertise needed to ensure that your transaction is risk-free. That is why Jurado & Farshchian will work with you to protect your interests and ensure a smooth and successful closing. We will be vigilant and meticulous throughout the transaction, ensuring that the closing is not reached until everything is squared away.

When it comes to safeguarding your investment, leave nothing to chance: contact me at 305-921-0440 or email me directly at [email protected] or visit www.JFLawFirm.com to get started.

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