Naomi Centrella is an attorney in the Firm’s Corporate, Business & Banking and Real Estate, Land Use & Development practices. Her Corporate practice involves assisting clients with various business and corporate matters such as entity selection and formation, loan document review, and general contracting drafting and review. Her Real Estate practice focuses on land use, development, zoning and land development issues and submissions. In her spare time, Ms. Centrella enjoys playing chess and outdoor activities.
If you are interested in setting up a brick-and-mortar in PA, you may need help with zoning. That building you had your heart set on may not be eligible for your intended use based on local ordinances. What are your options? Let’s explore zoning in PA – what is the process, and how you can […]
Recently, Commonwealth Title, a member of the Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (NYSE: FNF) family of title companies, named FLB’s Real Estate, Land Use & Development Team to its top 25 list of title producers in the U.S. for 2022. In 2021, FLB’s team was in the top 50 list of title producers, showing an increase […]
If you own property in Pennsylvania, in places such as Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, you likely pay stormwater fees or “rain taxes” to your local municipality. These fees are charged to property owners in order to finance the costs of local stormwater programs. Generally, the amount of a stormwater fee is determined based on the […]
Effective August 29, 2021, the Pennsylvania Sunshine Act requires public agencies (including municipalities, school districts, and charter schools) to publish a meeting agenda at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the public meeting, detailing issues expected to be deliberated and voted upon at the meeting. The meeting agenda must be posted at both the meeting location and […]
If you have ever purchased a home, you likely know that sellers have a duty to disclose information on the condition of the home with a description of any material defects that affect the value of the property. This is usually done through a form the Seller provides when you first look at the house […]