Some clients deal with real estate as their main business, while others outside the industry may engage in opportunities to lease, buy, sell, and finance property. Whether they are building on real estate, have permitting issues, or seek council regarding the timing of sales, advantages of leasing, or other issues, clients rely on our attorneys to provide advice based upon relevant experience and successes.
The nuts and bolts of any real estate practice is buying, selling, and exchanging property. We have represented clients who have purchased large tracts of vacant land, sometimes consisting of separate parcels, for shopping center developments; sold developed real estate as well as vacant ground; and bought partial interests in high-rise office buildings and other developed or planned properties. In addition to traditional transactions, we have also handled more unique situations, such as when a client purchased a marina to open and operate a “dockominium.”