Purchasing and Selling Commercial Real Estate Toolkit (FL)
Resources to assist counsel to purchasers and sellers in understanding, negotiating and closing a commercial real estate purchase and sale transaction in Florida. This Toolkit also contains many ancillary agreements related to a commercial real estate purchase and sale transaction in Florida.
Purchasing and selling commercial real estate in Florida is often a complex, lengthy process with many different components. Although every transaction has its own set of nuances, most commercial real estate purchase and sale transactions follow the same work flow. The general steps include:
Drafting and negotiating the letter of intent ( www.practicallaw.com/2-382-3876) .
Drafting and negotiating the purchase and sale agreement.
Conducting or managing the due diligence investigation.
Drafting and negotiating documents necessary to convey clear title, such as:
deeds ( www.practicallaw.com/2-382-3391) and other ancillary documents;
affidavits and certificates; and
Satisfying pre-closing conditions and preparing for closing.
Closing the purchase and sale transaction.
Resolving post-closing items.
Purchasers and sellers have their own set of unique objectives and both try to limit their liability at every stage of the process. This Toolkit contains continuously maintained Practice Notes, Standard Documents and Clauses, Checklists, and State Q&As to help counsel for purchasers and sellers manage the transaction from the preliminary planning stage through the closing of the transaction in Florida.
This Toolkit also provides resources designed to provide guidance to purchasers and sellers on certain aspects of a commercial real estate purchase and sale transaction in Florida. For a non-jurisdictional Toolkit designed to provide general guidance and resources on the sale or acquisition of commercial real estate, see Purchasing and Selling Commercial Real Estate Toolkit ( www.practicallaw.com/4-582-8446) .