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Real Estate Attorneys

Real Estate Investors

Invest your capital wisely. Let us help.

Investing in real estate, done right, can allow you to build wealth, stratify capital, and reach financial freedom. An experienced real estate investment advisor can help you achieve your selected goals while minimizing the risk often associated with real estate speculation. We advise many clients and friends and have managed hundreds of investment deals. We can help you too.

Business Formation - We provide counsel in creation and ongoing maintenance of your chosen business entity, usually a limited liability company (LLC). Our four pillars of business formation are 1) Asset Protection 2) Privacy 3) Control and 4) Flexibility. Whether it be the need for additional capitalization or the buy-out of a member, unforeseen issues will arise within your new company. It’s our job to anticipate, strategize, and plan for those potential pitfalls.

Joint Ventures - Joint Ventures (JVs) are great ways to pool resources and take advantage of investment opportunities. Buying property portfolios, commercial real estate, manufactured housing/mobile homes. We can help.

Private Money/Hard Money Lending - Private money/hard money investing effectively allows the lender to make a strong return on their investment and the borrower access to much needed investment capital. Usually the promissory note and deed of trust allow for an amortized schedule with a final balloon payment over a short period of time. These types of loans are very useful for property “flips”. They can also be utilized to acquire an assortment of rental properties. Once the properties are acquired, the investor can refinance the properties through a traditional business lender and payoff any short term loans.

1031 Like-Kind Exchange - Section 1031 of the IRS Code allows an investor to “defer” paying capital gains taxes on an investment property when it is sold, as long as another “like-kind property” is purchased with the profit gained by the sale of the first property. Depending on your situation, you can do a simultaneous exchange, delayed exchange, reverse exchange, or construction/improvement exchange. There are no geographical restrictions to your purchase for your 1031, as long as the property is located within the United States. Investors can take advantage of different real estate markets and allocate resources to maximize equity and cash flow all over the country. That being said, there are very stringent rules and timelines that must be followed, such as the 45 day rule and 180 day rule. Please consult a 1031 professional or qualified intermediary (QI) prior to engaging the Section 1031. Our firm works directly with the most experienced 1031 exchange specialists and QIs in the area. Let us help you too.

Distressed Property Representation - Distressed properties (foreclosures and bank-owned aka REO -real estate owned) provide for some of the best deals in real estate investment. The ability to identify and grab undervalued assets in any market requires careful attention to property values, title history, and geographic knowledge. Purchasing properties trapped in the foreclosure process, at the courthouse steps, or bank-owned can be a tricky and sometimes lengthy process. Ken has represented many of the major banks and mortgage servicers, including, Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Nationstar, Ocwen, and many more. We have the experience and knowledge to help you navigate the muddy waters of the ever-changing industry of foreclosure, short sales, and bank-owed properties. Our goal is to help you try to get the best deal at the right time. Buy low, sell high.

Real estate investment is at the core of American wealth. With the proper counsel, you can follow in the footsteps of America’s wisest investors. You need a good real estate lawyer on your side. We can help.