One of the North Shore’s FIRST Concierge level, boutique Law Firms

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Charles S. Palmisano

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Charles S. Palmisano, Esq.

Founding Attorney

Charles S. Palmisano, Esq.

Mr. Palmisano has a wealth of experience assisting individuals and corporations with the purchase and/or sale of residential homes, multi-family, condominiums and commercial buildings. Additionally, Mr. Palmisano is often consulted by real estate investors in the acquisition, sale or financing of investment properties. Mr. Palmisano is also a guest lecturer for various Realtor groups in the region.

In 1985 Mr. Palmisano graduated from Saint Michael’s College with a B.S. degree in Economics. In 1986 he attended New England School of Law and graduated in 1989. For over twenty-five years Mr. Palmisano has been involved in commercial and residential real estate matters including the representation of commercial and residential lenders, buyers and sellers in connection with the financing, acquisition and sale of commercial and residential properties. In this time Mr. Palmisano has personally handled over ten thousand residential closings in the greater Massachusetts region.

Mr. Palmisano currently lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts with his wife and young son. Mrs. Palmisano is an educator in the local school system and an active member of the educational community. Mr. Palmisano is active outside of work participating in tennis, mountain biking, skiing and boating

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Professional Associations:

Real Estate Bar Association

Greater Newburyport Realtors Association affiliate Member

Commercial Real Estate Alliance

Professional Advisors Network


Education

Juris Doctorate, 1989, New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts

B. S. in Economics, 1985 Saint Michael’s College, Williston, VT


Counsel and Representation:

• Commercial Mortgages
• Residential Mortgages
• Purchase and Sales for Buyers and Sellers.
• Commercial Buyer/Seller Representation
• Condominium Conversions
• Conveyancing and Closings


Bar Admissions:

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1989
  • U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts, 1989
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 1990

 


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