Real Estate Law
Jordan Ramis PC's attorneys have extensive hands-on experience in providing real estate and development services to private and public clients who develop raw or previously developed land; who buy, sell, and lease real property; and who finance the building or rebuilding of structures and infrastructure. The needs of clients vary widely in real estate transactions, just as the transactions themselves vary. Whether your deal is simple or complex, we have the talent, experience, and contacts to successfully handle the full scope of your needs with accuracy, speed, and efficiency.
Real estate services include:
- Development of acquisition strategies and negotiation of business deal points
- Document acquisition or sale of raw land, developed, portfolio, and distressed properties
- Environmental risk assessment
- Due diligence
- 1031 exchanges
- Owner/developer agreements
- Resolution of complex title problems
- Project declarations and restrictive covenants
- Unit ownership documentation and registration
- Complex retail, office, and industrial leases
- Lease management advice
- Workout agreements
- Dispute resolution, lease enforcement, and judicial remedies
- Property management counsel
- Analysis of financing alternatives
- Negotiation of terms and conditions of construction, mezzanine, and permanent financing
- Environmental documents
- Documentation of conventional and creative financing mechanisms
- Lender counsel; loan documentation and enforcement
- Commercial landlord tenant disputes
- Boundary line and easement disputes
- Bankruptcy related to commercial real estate
- Construction litigation
- Water rights litigation
- Land use litigation
- Partnership disputes
- Allocation of value, profits and equity
- Purchase agreement disputes
- Guard Against a Claim of Specific Performance When Selling Your Home
- Legal Issues with Solar Panels
- Industrial Leasing
- The Deed of Trust Act is Dead. Long Live the Deed of Trust Act?
- The 2015 Legislative Session: Impacts on the Construction and Development Industries
- Commercial Leases: Monetary and Non-Monetary Defaults (and the Rewind)
- Lurking Dangers in Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Attorney-Client Privilege: Don't Blow it!
- Don't Discount A No Further Action Letter
- Letters of Intent: Let Me Be Perfectly Clear...
- New IRS Tangible Property Regulations Change the Cost of Doing Business for Apartment Owners
- Hot August Nights and an Even Hotter Housing Market
- “THINK”ing About Construction
- §1031 Exchanges for Fractional Interests in Real Property — Like Kind or Not?
- Capital Gains or Ordinary Income — A Developer's Choice?
- How Green Is My Lease?
- The Trouble With TICs
- Urban Renewal: A New Beginning
- A Commercial Landlord's Guide for the Workout or Restructured Lease
- Bon Appetit, Bottom Feeders
- Seize the Opportunity: Prepare Your Commercial Property Leases for Sale or Refinancing
- Legislature Embraces High-Density Development Projects and Provides Incentives
- Trending Towards Commercial Condos
- Public Sector Alternatives for Project Financing
- Does Sackett Flush the Clean Water Act?
- For New Central City Plan, Look to History
- On Mating Elephants: The State of Permitting in the Pacific Northwest
- The Incredible Shrinking Inventory
- Good Intentions Gone Bad — The High Cost of DOE’s Stormwater Permit
- Can I Get a Mulligan?
- The Big Picture in Real Estate
- Construction Site Water Runoff Liability
- Due Diligence in Agricultural Land Transactions
- Buying Real Estate with Legacy Environmental Contamination — Yes, You Can
- When is an Estimate Not Just an Estimate?
- Keeping Up With the Greens
- Multnomah County Business Income Tax and City of Portland's Business License Tax
- The "ABCs" of Commercial Leases in Bankruptcy