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The Real Property Group at Marks Gray represents individuals and organizations in structuring, negotiating and closing real property transactions. Transactions include acquisition, sale, development, leases and leasing, management and sale of commercial realty, financing, loan workouts and restructuring, preparation and review of contracts, review and issuance of title insurance, and residential real estate. We also provide guidance for:

  • Section 1031 exchanges
  • Matters relating to mortgage and lien foreclosures
  • Curing of real property title defects including quiet title actions
  • Construction and lien disputes
  • Landlord and tenant issues
  • Real estate partnerships and joint ventures
  • Hazardous waste remediation
  • Eminent domain

Marks Gray represents banks, lenders and financial institutions as well as borrowers in structuring and closing real estate secured loans and related credit facilities for all manner of projects such as multi-family developments, shopping centers, medical practices, residential subdivisions, office buildings, warehouses and golf courses. We also have experience with representing lenders and borrowers with the closing of Small Business Administration loans.

Marks Gray also represents property owners in connection with real estate disputes that involve breach of purchase and sale contract and construction contracts, boundary conflicts, undisclosed easements, specific performance, breach of duty or negligence and failure to disclose known defects.

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