Real estate is a significant part of most people’s net worth, and it also can be an important part of a family business or tradition. Successful estate and succession planning requires considering the implications of a family legacy, legal options, tax consequences and market conditions. Few elder law attorneys have the transactional experience and relationships gained from the development and management of all types of real estate valued at hundreds of millions of dollars in eleven states.
Dave Nesbit has extraordinary real estate experience as a past president of the Greater Harrisburg Commercial Realtors, past president of the national NAIOP Private Developers Forum, holder of the prestigious CCIM designation, and broker of record for Nesbit Realty LLC. He has created wealth by understanding the potential highest and best use of undeveloped land, and creating a plan to resolve the public concerns which would entitle that use. He has also been a ground-floor catalyst for the funding of agricultural preservation planning when on the staff of the Lancaster County Community Development Program in the late 1970s.
Keystone can help you to plan how to use your real estate to maintain your independence, to allow the succession of a business, and to allow one spouse to remain at home while another is receiving expensive skilled nursing care. We network with skilled tradesmen who can eliminate architectural barriers so that your retirement years can be spent comfortably and economically in your own home. Keystone can help you to use and enjoy your real estate while you are able, and preserve it for a family business or tradition when that time comes.