If you are dealing with a commercial real estate matter, it is imperative for you to consult with a Florida commercial real estate lawyer with the experience, knowledge, and skill to protect your interests. At the law office of David F. Anderson, P.A., we deal with more than just residential matters. Our lawyers are skilled in commercial real estate law. We manage an assortment of commercial law transactions including:
- Investment Properties
- Acquisitions and Dispositions
- Development and Construction
- Commercial Rentals
These services were designed with the intent to help your business prosper. Let us handle the legal load so that you can free you time up to handle more important business and assist your clients.
What a Florida commercial real estate attorney can do for you
Most businesses have different issues. Even when they do have the same issues, they still have broad differences. We know that your concerns are going to have altered need than the commercial law client before you, and even more different than the one before that. We have a variety of commercial real estate transactions that we can handle for you including:
- Commercial leases
- Construction contracts
- Entity structure and formation
- Purchase and Sales Contracts
- Insurance matters
- Financing transactions including debt and equity
- Foreclosure defense
- Formation of special purpose wards to fund or facilitate development.
Whether you are from out of state or if you are a resident of Florida, the law office of David F. Anderson, P.A. can help you with your commercial real estate needs. We encounter commercial real estate transactions regularly and we are more than qualified to help with any legal issue that might arise. Local government regulations, operational issues, and financial considerations make real estate transactions quite complicated. An experienced commercial real estate attorney can help you find your way through the countless state regulations, laws, and related issues that are characteristic of the commercial real estate business.
Call us and speak with an experienced Commercial Real Estate lawyer in Florida.
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