The attorneys at Porter Powers are engaged in a range of real estate. Matters from a single family home to projects worth tens of millions of dollars.

Real Estate LAW

Attorneys at Porter Powers are engaged in a full range of real estate matters from complex, multi-jurisdictional commercial transactions involving the sale, purchase, exchange, leasing, financing, and/or development of commercial properties such as office buildings, apartment complexes, shopping centers, industrial and warehouse properties, and condominiums to more consumer-oriented matters such as purchases, sales and leasing of private homes, farms, ranches, and owner-occupied small business locations. In addition to handling all your transactional real estate needs, attorneys at Porter Powers are prepared to handle your real estate disputes. Our attorneys are equipped to help our clients protect their rights in ownership disputes, breach of contract matters and a variety of other matters.

Our Attorneys Routinely Advise:

• Owners and property managers
• Developers, builders and contractor
• Lenders, realtors and title companies
• Real estate investment trust (REITs)
• Residential and commercial property associations
• Buyers and sellers in varied transactions and disputes, ranging from single family residences to multi-million-dollar commercial properties

We regularly advise clients in matters concerning:

• Acquisitions and dispositions of all types of real estate
• Real estate development (land and improved property)
• Homebuilder representation
• Portfolio purchases in auction and other distressed asset acquisition
• Pipeline, easements and other title issues
• Drafting and/or assistance in the creation of restrictive covenants, property owners associations, declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions for subdivisions, townhomes, condominiums and mixed use projects
• Leasing (retail, office, industrial and residential properties)
• Assistance in mediation, arbitration and litigation involving real estate matters
• Pre-foreclosure and foreclosure assistance
• Land use and entitlements
• Due diligence assistance on real estate survey, title and environmental matters
• Site plans and plats
• Abandonment of rights of way
• Building permit and construction issues
• Municipal code compliance issues
• Representation in ad valorem tax hearings
• Condemnation and eminent domain representation
• Zoning, regulatory and land use matters
• Securing development entitlements
• Negotiation and drafting of all matters of contracts and agreements
• Americans with Disabilities Act issues
• Environmental and other regulatory issues
• General forms and business document preparation