Phoenix Real Estate Finance Attorney

Our Phoenix Real Estate Finance Attorney creatively guides clients through the challenges of the various financing needs and opportunities in an ever-evolving and sometimes volatile market. Their extensive experience allows them to both protect our clients’ businesses and help them to capitalize on the opportunities that are available. To arrange a free consultation and discuss your real estate finance needs and concerns, call (480) 327-6650 or message us online today.

Why Choose Our Real Estate Finance Attorney?

  • Our team combines our real estate and banking knowledge to provide a seamless service. 
  • We are invested in our client’s success and work collaboratively with them to achieve their goals. 
  • We are honest and straightforward with our clients and provide them with a prompt realistic assessment of their legal position.

Commercial Real Estate Finance 

We have extensive experience representing lenders, borrowers, investors, and developers in a wide variety of commercial real estate finance transactions, including:

Acquisition and Development Loans

Assisting clients with financing commercial real estate acquisitions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents, conducting due diligence, and advising on the various legal issues that arise in such transactions.

Mezzanine Financing

Advising clients on the legal aspects of mezzanine financing transactions, including drafting and negotiating inter-creditor agreements, subordination agreements, and other related documents.

Construction Loans

Representing companies in the financing of construction projects, including negotiating and drafting construction loan documents, advising on compliance with regulatory requirements, and assisting with the closing process.

Debt and Equity Transactions

Advising companies on a range of debt and equity transactions, including bridge loans, preferred equity investments, and joint venture agreements.

Loan Workouts and Restructuring

Assisting companies in loan workouts and restructuring transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan modification and forbearance agreements and advising on the various legal issues that arise in such transactions.

Legal Opinions

Obtaining a legal opinion is often necessary for any company or developer interested in purchasing commercial real estate. A legal opinion letter for the purchase of a commercial real estate property is written by an attorney on behalf of the borrower. The letter addresses each of the lender’s requirements for financing.

Benefits of Our Real Estate Finance Legal Services

Hiring a Phoenix real estate finance attorney can put you at a serious advantage. Because of their knowledge of all aspects of the commercial real estate finance industry, they can help you understand the process and avoid costly mistakes. There are several factors to consider when selecting a lender. In addition to the type of loan you need, rates, fees, qualification requirements, and user ratings should be examined. An attorney will analyze real estate and the tax and financial consequences of these types of loans. Your Phoenix real estate financae attorney will ensure that your financing is structured in the most favorable way for your business by negotiating loan terms, reviewing documents, performing due diligence, and providing adept legal advice. 

Contact Us Today

To arrange a consultation with our Phoenix Real Estate Finance Attorney at Weiss Brown, message us online or call (480) 327-6650 today.

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