Jonathan Septer represents owners, investors, lenders, and closely held businesses in connection with all phases of the commercial and agricultural real estate life cycle. In addition to assisting clients with due diligence review—including loan, title, and survey matters—he advises clients on acquisitions, sales, and development; mobile home and manufactured housing related matters; land use; loan workout; foreclosures; and environmental issues.
Jon also has extensive experience in the agribusiness and manufactured housing industries. He serves as general counsel to several institutional investors, equipment manufacturers, lenders, farmers, and manufactured housing community owners in connection with complex farmland and manufactured housing community acquisitions; sales and financing matters; grain handling; equipment manufacturing; and general operational and compliance matters.
Jon brings valued prior experience in commercial real estate and agricultural law to his practice at Maslon and completed a clerkship for the Honorable Robert D. Tiffany of the Hubbard County District Court. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Jon spent a year in Santiago, Chile working as a business English professor.