Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Protecting Lenders

Another important stakeholder in most real estate deals is the bank, credit union or private lender.

It takes money to develop a new project, construct a building, create a new commercial solar installation, improve an apartment building, or expand to new leased space – often the kind of money only a commercial or special private lender can provide. Our real estate attorneys have been on the lender’s side of a multitude of transactions.

We know how to help protect your loans.

Protecting Your Real Estate Investments

If you represent a bank, credit union, insurance company or are a private lender that gets involved in originating or transferring loans secured by real estate, land rights or other collateral, we can help you. We want you to be a successful lender that realizes the return needed, enabling you to continue to support the community and fund the next promising projects.