Dedicated Attorneys Serving Maine

Commercial Real Estate

Our Maine commercial real estate lawyers bring a wealth of experience and a track record of countless successful results to the table. At Moncure & Barnicle, we offer high-quality counsel you can trust, ensuring that your commercial real estate transactions and legal matters are handled with the utmost care and expertise.

We understand the intricacies of Maine's commercial real estate laws, and we're dedicated to providing top-tier legal guidance. Whether you're a buyer, seller, developer, or investor, our team is here to protect your interests and offer the sound advice you need. Contact us for a personal phone consultation and let us help you navigate the complexities of commercial real estate law in Maine. Your peace of mind is our priority.

Commercial real estate matters we handle:

  • Commercial Purchase/Sale
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Easements/Boundary disputes
  • Partition and Quiet Title Actions

For experienced guidance, request a personal phone consultation with a qualified Maine commercial real estate attorney at Moncure & Barnicle. Reach out online or dial (207) 209-2902.

Environmental Considerations

Real estate transactions near coastal areas in Maine require careful attention to environmental considerations. Coastal properties often face unique challenges due to their proximity to the ocean. Coastal erosion, storm surges, and sea-level rise should be evaluated to assess potential risks. The property's topography, including the elevation in relation to the floodplain, is critical in understanding vulnerability to flooding. Wetlands and shoreland zoning regulations also play a crucial role, as these areas are subject to specific development restrictions.

Environmental due diligence, including soil and water testing, may be required to discover any contamination issues that may influence the value and use of the land. Compliance with state and local regulations governing coastal development, setback restrictions, and coastline protection permits is critical. These factors help to guarantee that coastal homes are both environmentally sound and legally compliant, protecting the interests of both purchasers and sellers in real estate transactions.

Contact us or call (207) 209-2902 for a personal phone consultation with a real estate attorney in Maine at Moncure & Barnicle.

Clients Share Their Experiences

"It was a complicated case that needed special attention, Jack was able to give it the attention it needed"

- Rich