Our lawyers represent an array of clients in transactions and litigation involving commercial, agricultural and residential property. The areas in which we provide assistance include:

 

 
  • Purchase and sale of commercial, investment, agricultural and residential properties;
  • Leasing agreements of commercial, investment, agricultural and residential properties;
  • Evictions (commercial, private and public housing);
  • Foreclosures and loan workouts;
  • Boundary, easement and covenant formation and disputes;
  • Water rights;
  • Condemnation;
  • IRC Section 1031 tax-deferred exchanges;
  • Title and property insurance coverage issues;
  • Construction; and Financing and loan structuring.
  

We bring a working knowledge of the history and contemporary issues related to real estate development that is critical to the successful handling of our clients' matters. We offer clients legal support in all aspects of real estate development, including analyzing and pursuing zoning and land use approvals, structuring partnerships and other entities for the ownership of development projects, analyzing and resolving title insurance issues, obtaining and negotiating financing, negotiating and drafting construction contracts, architect's agreements, management agreements, and lease agency agreements, and creating and restructuring condominium and planned residential, office, retail and industrial park and mixed-used developments. The firm's lawyers regularly appear before federal, state and local governmental agencies on such matters as land use and environmental approvals and have developed good working relationships with these agencies in order to help our clients achieve the results that they seek.

 

To learn more about our real estate and landlord/tenant attorneys, Jeanie R. Tolcacher, Bryan P. Myre, J. Patrick Shirey and Marcus J. Fry, please click on their names to visit their profiles.

 

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