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2016-nov

Commercial Real Estate: Your Broker and Your Attorney Both Play Important Roles

Our firm handles commercial real estate transactions of all kinds: Acquisitions, Sales, Commercial Leases, you name it. Most of our work is referred to us by commercial real estate brokers we’ve worked with in the past or who have been referred to us by those familiar with our firm. Our relationships with brokers are some…

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Five Big Mistakes a Property Owner Can Make in an Eminent Domain Action

An eminent domain action can be one of the most profitable real estate transactions a person makes. This is due to the government’s obligation to pay “full compensation” to a property owner in a taking action, including not only fair market value of the property taken, but also may include damages to property not taken,…

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8 Tips for Buying, Selling or Leasing a Communication Tower Site

Are you considering a tower site transaction?  A little bit of knowledge can translate into big dollars.  Check out our 8 Tips for Buying, Selling, or Leasing a Communication Tower Site.

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Dragnet Clauses in Florida

What do the commercial fishing and banking industries have in common? They both use dragnets. Based on the following review and analysis of Florida jurisprudence, it appears that commercial fishermen have been more successful in their use of dragnets than have Florida’s bankers. The commercial fishing industry literally applies the maxim of casting as wide…

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Basic Joint Venture Structure: How big projects get started

A well structured joint venture uses the strengths of its participants to achieve more than they could individually. Here is an example of a typical structure we see: Will has special knowledge on developing and managing retail centers. Will’s goal is to raise $100,000,000 to develop a string of centers. Will finds a lender who…

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Leasing 101: How to Negotiate the Option to Extend

The option to extend is one of the most valuable clauses a tenant can get. For the tenant, it reduces risk, granting the Tenant flexibility to decide later whether to extend its lease. For the landlord, the option is nothing but an encumbrance on the space. Here are negotiating tips regarding the option: For the…