REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
The California and national real estate market has created a broad spectrum of real estate litigation, as well as major transactional issues, all of which require specialized expertise in this area of the law. The California real estate market provides unique development opportunities as well as complex issues. Epport, Richman & Robbins is well-positioned to assist clients in an efficient and cost-effective manner in the following areas of transactional real estate:
- Draft, review and negotiate contracts in all areas of real estate including the purchase, sale, Section 1031 tax deferred exchange, lease, construction, property management, subordination, and development of office buildings, hotels, factories, agricultural properties, residential developments, shopping centers, industrial warehouses, apartment complexes and raw land.
- Assisting real estate developer clients to obtain requisite governmental and municipal approvals and permits for projects.
- Aiding real estate developer clients in the formation of Special Assessment Districts.
- Preparing documents and plans to subdivide property.
- Drafting and negotiating Development Disposition Agreements.
- Creating, reviewing and negotiating CC&R’s on behalf of developers and lenders.
- Negotiating, drafting and reviewing loan documents for both borrowers and lenders.
- Landlord/tenant assistance including drafting and/or reviewing commercial leases for both national and international clients, representing both lessors and lessees
- Assist clients with environmental liability issues by drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, including purchase, sale, lease, property management, subordination and development of service stations, automobile dealership, industrial property, office buildings, hotels, factories, agricultural properties, shopping centers, apartment complexes, undeveloped land, and other properties commonly subject to environmental liability.
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