Kanen Law Firm
Andrew Tran is an attorney in our real estate law practice; representing business and individuals in transactional matters with a focus on commercial and residential real estate law in New York City, New York. However, his experience with business formations, capital raising, landlord / tenant law and real estate transactions equip him to handle a myriad of law related issues. Mr. Tran is passionate about practicing law in the greatest city on Earth; and prides himself on client relations. He is attentive and thorough in the handling of all legal matters: co-op & condo conversions to corporate structuring. In addition, Mr. Tran heads many of the firm's client relations, marketing and business development efforts. Mr. Tran is a member of the New York State Bar, New York City Bar Association, and New York University Alumni Association. Prior to obtaining his law degree, Mr. Tran worked in the financial service industry.
Andrew Tran is a contributor to our real estate practice's Real Estate Law Blog; and has been published in the Epoch Times.
Ask A NYC Real Estate Lawyer: What Are Lot Line Windows?
The Epoch Times; November 1, 2013New York City real estate has a lot of intricacies and quirks, but one of the more important ones that purchasers need to be aware of are lot line windows. Read More
What Are The Differences Between Co-ops and Condos In New York City?
Kanen Law Blog; April 19, 2013The difference between Co-ops and Condos is a huge issue in New York City real estate. Depending upon which type of property you decide to purchase, your obligations and potential for liability will vary.
The main difference between co-ops and condos is that with condos you are buying a specific apartment while with a co-op you are purchasing shares of a corporation that provides you with a lease to your apartment. This difference has led to a divergence in the way purchasers should evaluate the two types of properties. Read More