ROIG Lawyers Real Estate practice attorneys represent clients in a full range of complex, high-profile real estate transactions and we identify opportunities and manage risk with a keen eye towards achieving our clients’ business goals.
Our attorney’s real estate experience includes analyzing and structuring complex deals, coordinating projects of significant scope and complexity and providing strong negotiation throughout the acquisition process, plus a range of other real estate matters and transactions throughout the U.S.
Roig Lawyers has represented clients in sophisticated, large-scale real estate deals. Our clients include both sellers and buyers in residential and commercial projects, including hospitals housing developments, academic buildings, public infrastructure, institutional and private lenders, developers of office, retail, industrial, waterfront, multi-use, and other property owners in complex financial structuring and restructuring transactions.
We provide practical and innovative solutions by drawing on the vast knowledge, resources and experience of our firm’s highly experienced attorneys.
Our real estate experience also includes:
- Construction lenders on construction financing
- Development at investment
- Financial lending institutions and private-public financing
- Landlord/Tenants & Eviction actions
- Management and operating agreements
- National, regional and community banks on complex financing projects
- Ownership and control
- Purchase and sale contracts and options
- Secured loans
- Title matters
REAL ESTATE RECOVERY & WORKOUT GROUP
Our team can represent lenders in:
- Deed-in-lieu transactions
- Deeds in escrow
- Distressed real estate loan sales
- Forbearance agreements
- Loan modifications
- Mortgage assumption agreements
- Receivership sales
- Workout negotiations
Where the process is litigious, we can represent lenders in mortgage foreclosures, receiverships, suits against guarantors, fraudulent transfer claims, fraud investigations and litigation, and sales of distressed real estate through powers of attorney, receivers, and as REO property.