Eric S. Kapnick
Phone: 973-538-4700 Ext: 127
7 Century Drive, Suite 201
Parsippany, New Jersey 07054
Mr. Kapnick specializes in the representation of lenders in transactional and regulatory matters. He has over twenty five (25) years of experience handling bank-owned real estate (REO) closings, commercial loan closings, private real estate closings and consumer transactions on behalf of private individuals, business entities and New Jersey, New York and national lending institutions. He is the Supervising Shareholder of both the firm’s Commercial and Residential Real Estate Practice Areas, including REO and evictions for New Jersey clients, as well as Southern New York clients through Fein, Such & Crane, LLP.
Mr. Kapnick’s “hands on” approach is well recognized and respected throughout the industry. Among Mr. Kapnick’s accomplishments was his appointment as the sole representative of the New Jersey Bar to a Special Round Table Committee established by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, where the committee’s main charter was to establish new closing guidelines and procedures. In addition, Mr. Kapnick co-authored an REO contract which is utilized by various lenders throughout the United States.
Mr. Kapnick speaks at real estate conventions, seminars, and meetings and is also invited on a regular basis to be part of expert panels who lecture to the real estate community on commercial, residential, and REO trends and developments.
J.D., Hofstra School of Law, 1981
B.A., Connecticut College, 1977
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
New York, 1982
U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1983
New Jersey, 1985
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, 1985
Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Attorney – Whether you are buying or selling, hiring a real estate attorney early in the process will protect you against the unexpected, and ensure a smooth and low-stress closing. (2012)
Realty Transfer Tax Increases – the cost of selling and buying real estate in New Jersey increases as of August 14, 2004. (2004)
Dealing with the New Jersey Well Testing Act – An Article explaining and outlining compliance issues with the new law (2003)
Landlord Victory – Highlights an exception to the Anti-Eviction Act – where the Landlord periodically occupies the rental property (2001)