As populations grow, condominium associations become increasingly more prevalent as population density increases in preferred locations. Similarly, demographic and societal shifts see many retirees downsizing to condos and younger buyers preferring the convenience of a condo.
Whether developing, forming or managing a condominium association, your needs are specific and require specialized attention. When dealing with the complexity of state and local law, plus the practical concerns of real estate, a general practice lawyer simply won’t do. At Palumbo Law, we specialize in real estate, with an emphasis on condominium law.
Lead attorney Richard Palumbo’s passion for condominium law began in law school when he purchased a lot with three homes with the intent to live in one and sell the other two. However, the local government denied his request to subdivide the land. As a result, Attorney Palumbo devoted himself to studying condominium law and used that knowledge to convert the homes into condominiums – eventually selling all three individually.
Attorney Palumbo has since used this technique to help others convert multifamily properties, commercial buildings, retail plazas, marinas, industrial parks, and residential developments into condominium units. Once the condominium is created, our attorneys are available to assist the association with all aspects of condominium law including condominium collections at no cost to the association. At Palumbo Law, real-world experience and a practical approach to our practice result in unparalleled counsel and representation.Free Quote