Oakland County Commercial Real Estate Lawyer
The Oakland County commercial real estate lawyers at Butzel Long advise a wide range of clients in commercial real estate development and transactions. Commercial real estate development continues to grow in variety and complexity, involving activities ranging from creation of financial instruments, leases, zoning, condemnation, and tax issues to mineral rights, environmental assessments and permitting. Butzel Long's Oakland County commercial real estate attorneys have a nationally recognized depth and breadth of experience and the resources to address all aspects of a commercial real estate issue, regardless of the size or complexity of the transaction.
Our Oakland County commercial real estate attorneys have been involved in large real estate developments and transactions that have occurred in the last decade. Our experience ranges from major urban redevelopment projects and downtown office facilities to greenfield development of office, industrial, research and technical centers, retail, hotels and residential properties. We take a cross-disciplinary team approach that allows us to handle the most complex real estate related matters with leading lawyers in various practice specialties.
Oakland County Commercial Real Estate Litigation Attorney in Michigan
The Oakland County commercial real estate litigation attorneys at Butzel Long have experience representing buyers, sellers, agents, brokers, governments, owners, developers, lenders, landlords, tenants, investors, contractors and title insurance companies and their insureds in a wide variety of real property litigation matters, including mortgage and tax foreclosures, eminent domain, construction liens, title insurance claims, boundary and easement disputes, brokerage commission disputes, and specific performance of purchase agreements. We understand that resolving disputes in a practical and timely manner is important in the real estate industry, where commercial real estate transactions typically occur within a short time frame. For that reason, our Oakland County commercial real estate litigation attorneys strive to provide our clients with quick and decisive resolutions.
Our Oakland County commercial real estate lawyers represent clients in a variety of real estate matters, including:
- Acquisition And Disposition
- Brokerage And Property Management
- Brownfield Redevelopment
- Condemnation / Eminent Domain
- Condominium Development And Conversion
- Corporate Real Estate Issues
- Development, Architectural And Construction Contracts
- Easements And Boundary Issues
- Entity Selection And Formation
- Environmental Regulation
- Financing And Syndication
- Foreclosure, Workouts And Bankruptcy
- Historic Preservation Issues
- Homeowner Association Issues
- Land Use Restrictions
- Leasing Of Offices, Retail Stores, Restaurants, Warehouses And Full Buildings On Behalf Of Landlords Or Tenants Throughout The Country
- Litigation / Disputes
- Planning, Zoning And Government Relations
- Publicly Financed Development
- Tax Related Issues
- Waterfront Development
Oakland County Commercial Real Estate Law Firm
Butzel Long's real estate team has worked on virtually every type of project: major urban redevelopment projects, downtown office facilities, greenfield development of office, industrial, research and technical centers, retail, hotels and residential properties as well as signature incentive programs.
Our multi-disciplinary team is comprised of attorneys who have handled commercial real estate activities ranging from the development of community projects, to spearheading tax increment finance, from the creation of sophisticated financial instruments to the drafting of leases, from zoning, condemnation and tax issues to mineral rights, environmental assessments and permitting. Our Oakland County commercial real estate law firm has the expertise to navigate the public dollars arena, efficiently and effectively.
For more information regarding commercial real estate law, contact an Oakland County commercial real estate attorney at Butzel Long.