Real Estate and Project Management
The real estate sector is constantly changing. At the same time, regulations in the area of environmental law, public procurement and civil law are changing rapidly and things are in constant flux. Also, this is the sector par excellence where speed is of the essence and practical and reliable solutions must be found.
Your real estate project involves several stages and goes through a seemingly endless series of procedural steps: the initial idea, a detailed design and, finally, the permit, and all this even before a spade has touched the ground. Throughout this entire process, hiccups can occur that often could and should have been anticipated. Sometimes these snags are not too complicated and can be easily overcome, but in at least as many instances this is not the case. The best possible solution is often difficult to identify, but it has probably been staring you in the face all along.
For this reason, it's always a good idea to ask experts for advice from the very start.
The key to successful project implementation is to be found only in an integral approach to each real estate project or issue. At the same time, proper attention must be given to the permit application process, the ownership structure and other applicable rules. Furthermore, timely specialised assistance is a must when it comes to dealing with disputes or discussions concerning public or private construction and contracting.
Property rights and rights in rem and the regulations on rent and apartment law often contain strict mandatory rules that make it more difficult to implement projects. At GSJ, we can provide you with practical advice without losing sight of these rules.
As the saying goes, a good start is half the battle.
Related expertises within this sector
- Apartment law and (co-)ownership law
- Complex projects (PPPs and urban development)
- Construction and contracting
- Family property law
- Public procurement
- Quality of life (urban development and the environment)
- Real estate contracts: purchase and sale, property rights and notarial practices
- Real estate contracts: renting and leasing commercial property