Commercial Real Estate

Although commercial real estate investment may be very profitable, there is always an element of risk involved, such as non-payment of rent or depreciation of the value of the property. Regardless of your company's industry, its commercial real estate holdings can have a tremendous impact on the bottom line. Whether you are an owner, landlord, or lessee, your business needs the advice and guidance of a commercial real estate attorney with experience in handling all aspects of real estate matters, from drafting and negotiating leases and sales agreements to addressing zoning issues and environmental problems. From the moment your business decides to invest in new property, divest existing property or renegotiate a lease, a commercial real estate attorney should be your first call due to their experience working with buyers, sellers, landlords, real estate agents, title insurers, lenders, and mortgage companies.