The Experience to Negotiate, Document and Close Complex Real Estate Deals

Whether a buyer, seller, developer, investor, borrower, lender, landlord or tenant, our clients must feel confident that their attorneys structure transactions to protect their interests and achieve their business objectives. Farr Law Firm’s commercial real estate attorneys understand the importance of real estate as a business asset. We focus on our clients’ goals and are actively involved in every step of the transaction as we help clients negotiate, document and close complex real estate and finance deals.

For buyers and sellers, we recognize that the purchase or sale of a property is just one component of the transaction and the client’s overall business objectives. Our clients turn to our forward-thinking real estate lawyers to address such issues as developability of the land, leasing, tenant improvements, choice of entity, borrowing, and personal guarantees.

With several banks and financial institutions as clients, our lawyers have collected years of firsthand experience in the financing and refinancing of property. We apply this knowledge in advising clients and creating effective and practical solutions.

Developers turn to our firm to receive counsel on all aspects of the development of property including due diligence, acquisition, infrastructure construction and improvements, disposition and association turnover. We have experience in various land use and environmental law matters such as rezonings, variances, and special exceptions. In addition, we are equipped to handle complex matters related to environmental and conservation laws and regulations of Southwest Florida such as coastal development and wetlands issues, including mitigation and mitigation banking.

Commercial leases establish landlord-tenant relationships that can span decades. Our commercial real estate attorneys negotiate and prepare documents that anticipate a number of issues that may arise, meet specific needs and protect our clients’ interests over the long term. In addition to leases, we draft related documents such as options, subordinations, attornments and non-disturbance agreements.

Farr Law Firm counsels clients in matters involving commercial, industrial, retail, multifamily and mixed-use projects and provide advice in the following areas, among others:

  • Acquisitions and dispositions
  • Commercial leasing
  • Finance, refinance and lending
  • Development and construction
  • Commercial loan purchases and sales
  • Debt restructurings
  • Real estate aspects of mergers and acquisitions
  • Foreign investments in U.S. real estate
  • Land use approvals and regulation

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