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Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Commercial Real Estate Transactions

ABOUT COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS


Commercial real estate transactions include the purchase or sale of properties such as
residential properties with more than four units, offices, retail space, hotels, industrial, and special purpose properties. Having a trusted attorney as part of your commercial real estate team can help you achieve your real estate goals. Our commercial real estate lawyers can provide value throughout the transaction, including:

 

     Entity Formation

    • For an individual transaction, an LLC is often recommended. However, each client is evaluated to their specific circumstances and goals, and our attorneys can also structure Limited Partnerships, Corporations, and Series LLCs for real estate investments.
    • For investors with large portfolios, a Series LLC is often the optimal structure.
    • For additional information on Entity Formation, please visit our Business Entity
      Formation Page.

     Due Diligence

    • Our lawyers will ensure that you have processes in place to conduct the comprehensive due diligence necessary for commercial real estate investment transactions.

     Capital Structure

    • The use of debt in commercial real estate transactions has a large impact on the
      financial results of the investment. Wisely using debt financing can help to amplify
      returns. On the other hand, debt can amplify losses on unsuccessful investments.
    • Our attorneys can help review your loan terms and contracts, provide referrals to
      alternative sources of financing, and assist in negotiating the terms of your loan
      agreement.
    • Our lawyers can also provide advice and draft the necessary paperwork for equity
      financing.

     Contracts

    • Our attorneys can draft and review the purchase and sale agreement, as well as any additional contracts or documents affecting the transaction.

     Title Examination

    • Our lawyers can help you understand any title issues affecting your property, assist in curing title issues, and advise on any necessary endorsements to the title policy.

If you would like an attorney to advise on a commercial real estate transaction, follow the steps
outlined in the Get Started Now section below. For additional information on our online consultation
process and hourly rates, please visit our Online Consultations Page.

Getting Started with Real Estate Contract Representation

  1. Email info@forbesbarrentinelaw.com with a thorough, but precise summary of your purchase
    and sale agreement, and services being requested. Please list any pertinent facts affecting your
    transaction and any questions you may have. Attach all relevant documents to this initial
    email. The contents of your initial email will remain confidential.
  2. Within 1-2 days (often faster), you will receive a response to your email with a quote, payment
    link, and engagement letter for the initial consultation (full representation), TREC Contract
    Review with Comments (flat-fee structure), or TREC Special Provision Addendums (flat-fee
    structure)
  3. In no circumstance will you be charged more than your initial consultation quote (full
    representation) or the quoted flat-fee (flat-fee structure), unless you give written authorization
    to proceed with the representation. After the initial consultation, you may agree to proceed on
    an hourly basis, on a flat fee if available, or you may decide to end the representation.

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