John devotes his practice to the acquisition, development, sale and financing of real estate. He has a substantial background in business law and real property taxation. He advises clients with regard to the acquisition of land, its suitability for development, and methods of sale and financing. His experience includes the preparation and formation of the various business entities individually suited for the client's needs.
John has experience representing developers before municipal, county and state agencies to receive developmental permits and approvals and tracking the development of land from its acquisition through to the issuance of final building permits. John has structured significant and complex transactions of substantial value with unique financing criteria. He conducts litigation challenging development regulations, along with litigation to compel the issuance of permitting and developmental approvals.
A significant portion of his practice is devoted to the representation of property owners in appeals of valuation assessments as well as other property valuation matters. John has contested complex litigation matters before various state tax authorities and the Tax Court of New Jersey. He has experience representing clients with properties in net value of over five million dollars.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John A. Giunco