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Commercial Real Estate Development (FL)

Commercial Real Estate Development (FL) discusses key considerations for a developer of commercial real estate (CRE) in Florida. For purposes of this note, CRE development refers to retail, office, medical, industrial, hospitality, multifamily residential, and other types of commercial properties. Development means new construction or renovation...

“Home Heartache,” WSVN 7 News Miami

Buying a home is a complex undertaking that, in order to reach a smooth conclusion, requires the good faith efforts of all parties involved. When that trust is compromised, the process of recovering monies invested or enforcing protective contract clauses can become volatile and overwhelming...

Attorney Spotlight: Tyra N. Read

This month’s Attorney Spotlight introduces you to Real Estate Practice Group Shareholder Tyra Read. Tyra has 19 years of experience handling residential and commercial transactions throughout the state of Florida. Her experience spans real estate contract negotiations, closings, lease and easement negotiations, loan document preparation and review,...

Attorney Spotlight: David K. Blattner

This month’s Attorney Spotlight introduces you to Real Estate Practice Group Shareholder David K. Blattner David has over 25 years of experience in complex real estate transactions and concentrates on acquisitions and financing, and development of large-scale shopping centers, office buildings, executive parks, marinas, warehouse, flex projects,...

Emotional Support and Service Animals in Housing and Your Business

Handy tips for property owners, landlords, property managers, developers, real estate agents, community associations, and business owners: Business owners of public accommodations, such as restaurants, hotels and stores, are not required to allow emotional support animals but they are required to allow service animals. The type...

What Is My Land Worth?

Very often, contract negotiations get hung up on two important, but related issues: price and entitlements. Why are these issues related? Because to a buyer, land has far less value without entitlements than it does if fully entitled. Most sellers, however, believe that they are...

Becker Team Closes Three Deals This Week

Becker represented CREP Oasis Fee Owner, LLC in connection with a $10,000,000 loan from IberiaBank that will be used to renovate an industrial property in Wynwood.  The Becker team included Cherrie Goudreau, Michael Boutzoukas, and Philip Rosen.  The team worked with the client from...