Steven S. Bloom, Esq.
Cushner & Bloom, P.C.
1170 Beacon Street
Brookline MA 02446
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Real Estate Developers
Attorney Steven S. Bloom's practice has a heavy concentration in real estate law, with an emphasis on real estate conveyancing, having represented numerous banks, lending institutions, private lenders, developers, buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions (from affordable housing units to multi-million dollar properties).Attorney Bloom has also handled commercial real estate transactions. Additionally, he is a licensed Massachusetts Real Estate Broker and approved title insurance agent with a national title insurance company. Attorney Bloom also handles real estate disputes, title problems, real estate litigation, and the establishment of condominiums and condominium conversions.
His knowledge and experience, especially in affordable housing transactions, makes Attorney Bloom an invaluable asset to developers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Not only has he been able to cultivate excellent relationships with numerous state and town/city agencies and their attorneys in dealing with affordable housing matters, but Attorney Bloom's unique background, which includes intensive and complex contract drafting and litigation gives him an advantage in that he is able to view real estate agreements and transactions from the added perspective of a litigator, knowing what is enforceable in a court of law and what is problematic.
"Throughout the engagement Steve met every challenge professionally achieving desired results."
"His professional relationship with city and state funders, their legal counsels, and the brokers made for a successful sales process"
- Vice President of a Boston-area development corporation
-Representative of a Boston-area development corporation
Steven S. Bloom, Esq. has experience in drafting condominium documents, the sales of residential and commercial condominium units, and working with numerous affordable housing agencies (both city and state). References and recommendations regarding Attorney Bloom's expertise to be supplied upon request.
Phone: (617) 608-0019
Fax: (617) 608-0022