The approach taken by the attorneys in the Dubyak Connick Sammon Thompson & Bloom Real Estate group is straightforward, simple, and, most importantly, client-focused. Our attorneys start each transaction by carefully listening to the client in order to understand his or her business objectives. They then balance the risk/reward aspects of various legal strategies, and advise the client accordingly. That advice is based not only on our attorneys’ substantive knowledge of applicable areas of law such as traditional real estate law, zoning, land use, financing, and leasing, but also related areas such as corporate law, securities law, banking law and the uniform commercial code, where we regularly turn to our colleagues in relevant practice areas for expert advice and counsel. Ultimately, the efficient and cost-effective completion of a transaction is our true measure of success, as it is for our clients.
The Real Estate Law practice includes, but is not limited to, counseling and advising individuals, businesses, and professional groups with respect to the ownership, purchase, development and sale of real estate, like-kind exchanges, boundary disputes, easements, real estate valuation and taxation, the creation of real estate trusts and zoning matters. Our attorneys also represent lenders and developers in negotiating, structuring, and documenting commercial, retail, residential, and industrial transactions and developments including manufacturing facilities, shopping centers, office and apartment buildings, hotels and business and industrial parks and represent landlords and tenants with respect to the negotiation of leases.
If you would like additional information regarding the legal services provided by the Real Estate Group attorneys at Dubyak Connick Sammon Thompson & Bloom, please contact Doug Nelson at 216-364-0511 or at email@example.com.