Commercial Real Estate
The Commercial Real Estate attorneys at Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod represent property and building owners, real estate investors, land and commercial developers, property managers, lenders, lessors, buyers, and sellers. Our Commercial Real Estate team provides transactional legal services to facilitate the purchase, sale, and lease of commercial property.
Commercial Real Estate Legal Services
In Arizona and New Mexico, the commercial real estate community is very active and requires legal counsel that is efficient and knowledgable about the law as well as what is happening in the industry. JHKM’s commercial real estate attorneys work closely with clients to advise them in the following ways:
- Drafting purchase and sales agreements
- Drafting or analyzing commercial construction contracts
- Drafting commercial leasing agreements and lease negotiations
- Drafting land bank documents and lease agreements
- Negotiating the terms of transactions, including third parties such as brokers and lenders
- Assisting with real estate financing for acquisition, construction loans, transitional financing and secondary financing
- Evaluating documents as required to demonstrate “due diligence”
- Evaluating the condition of title for real property and assistance in resolving title disputes
- Preparing and assembling documents required to complete a transaction
Commercial Real Estate Attorneys
Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Commercial Real Estate attorneys of Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod provide courtroom representation for litigation, as well as arbitration and mediation services to resolve conflicts in the area of commercial real estate, and landlord-tenant disputes.
Our Arizona office is equipped with digital audio and video technology and wireless, high-speed internet and intranet connections to support the alternative dispute resolution processes of mediation and arbitration.
Contact the Commercial Real Estate attorneys of Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod. We serve clients in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as select cases elsewhere in the western and southwestern United States.