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Acquisitions, Sales & Exchanges

Whether for an individual, trust, or business entity, the purchase and sale of real estate often constitutes a significant transaction. Maslon's real estate attorneys have extensive experience representing buyers, sellers, and lenders in connection with the acquisitions, sales, and exchanges of shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, mixed use developments, multi-family projects, industrial and warehouse facilities, raw land, and virtually every other type of real estate. We work with an expansive range of clients, industries, and transaction structures, from simple to complex. Prudent counsel is critical for optimal structures and effective representation throughout the transaction process, including drafting and negotiating agreements, organizing and conducting due diligence, title and survey review, and closing activities. You can rely on Maslon to provide experienced and efficient counsel on real estate matters including:

  • Contracts for Deed
  • IRS Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges
  • Purchase & Sale Transactions
  • Real Estate Due Diligence
  • Title & Survey Matters


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