Find Lawyers in Boulder, Colorado for Real Estate Law
Eben has extensive experience in real estate matters across the Mountain West and nationally, working with developers, lenders, and owners on energy, telecommunications, and resort projects. Eben regularly counsels clients on utility-scale renewable energy, telecommunications infrastructure, debt finance, and resort development projects. He represents developers, landowners, and lenders in all phases of real estate development, as well as acquisitions and sales.
Kent Karber navigates his clients through every step of a real estate transaction from the initial purchase, development, lease, or financing, and creditors through foreclosures and other dispositions as needed. Strategic Business Advisor: Kent delivers sound advice to his small or large businesses, large landowners, ranchers, developers, lenders, landlords, and commercial servicing companies.
Marc Painter’s real estate practice focuses on complex real estate transactions, finance and development, as well as banking and related business counseling. For over 30 years, Marc's regional and national development and lending clients have sought his creative counsel in navigating difficult transactions to profitable completion. Strong Cost-Benefit Approach: Marc’s past experience as an economist and banker brings a unique and valuable cost-benefit approach to transactions and ...
With nearly 40 years of experience, Beat effectively advises his clients on the acquisition, disposition, development, leasing, and financing of all types of real estate. Trusted Advisor: Beat’s experience in counseling clients through highly complex real estate and corporate transactions gives him the ability to see a project holistically. This experience aids his clients as he considers every angle of a project, especially the business perspective, while providing sound advice on lega...
Jordan represents clients in a wide range of complex real estate transactions including development, leasing, and land use. Real Estate Development: Jordan represents clients in all aspects of real estate development including acquisition, land use, development and construction. Her clients are in a range of industries including commercial real estate, retail, home building, multifamily, resorts, and renewable energy among others. In addition to her real estate development experience, Jordan ...
Real Estate Law Definition
- Sales and Acquisitions. The representation of buyers and sellers in the acquisition and disposition of the various kinds of real estate including office buildings, retail centers, hotels, industrial properties, residential properties, and manufactured housing communities.
- Title. The examination of title to real estate, evaluation of title exceptions, and negotiation of title insurance policies.
- Land Use and Environmental. Land use entitlements, due diligence investigations, Brownfield developments, and compliance with Environmental Laws and federal and state Endangered Species Acts.
- Development. The negotiation and preparation of development and construction agreements and the other documents required to develop and construct office buildings, shopping centers, mixed-use projects, free-standing units, and industrial sites.
- Leasing. The negotiation and preparation of office, retail, and industrial leases and long-term ground leases.
- Finance. The representation of lenders and borrowers in real estate secured loan originations, loan sales, and purchases and other debt arrangements, including permanent financings, construction loans, bridge loans, conduit loans, mezzanine loans, shared appreciation loans, and portfolios of non-performing loans.
- Joint Ventures. A very large proportion of real estate transactions involve joint ventures between capital sources and developers. Therefore, a real estate firm must be in position to structure and negotiate partnership agreements, limited liability company operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and other forms of joint venture arrangements and advise on the tax aspects of the transactions.
- Restructuring and Workouts. Not all real estate transactions are successful. Real estate lawyers therefore, must be in position to advise lenders, borrowers, partners, landlords, tenants, and developers when a transaction goes bad. This will involve transactional, bankruptcy, tax, and litigation work. It will include loan modifications, foreclosures, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, discounted loan payoffs, loan forbearances, REO sales, joint venture modifications, buy/sells, forced sales, lease and development modifications, bankruptcies, receivership actions, and guarantee actions.
- Litigation. Litigation in the real estate area involves the representations of real estate owners, buyers, sellers, lessors, brokers, lenders, and developers in, among other things, contract disputes, mechanics lien and construction disputes, eminent domain proceedings, title disputes, loan service and foreclosure issues, and bankruptcy.
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