Real Estate

Page, Scrantom, Sprouse Tucker & Ford, P.C. has an active real estate practice engaged in the acquisition and disposition of multifamily, commercial, hotel/motel, assisted and independent living, industrial, and residential real property; lending, financing and financial restructuring; leasing; land development; tax and public incentive programs; SBA lending; zoning and rezoning applications; bond financing (taxable and tax free); commercial backed mortgage financing, letter of credit financing.

We provide legal services to commercial property owners as well as real estate developers, investors, and financial institutions by assisting in the evaluation of current and proposed property assessments and negotiating with revaluation companies and municipal assessors. We are experienced in all types of commercial and residential property matters. Variances, special use permits, zoning amendments and public entitlements can greatly influence planning and budgets, and require experienced counsel. We also protect our clients’ investments through real estate tax services for businesses and multiple property owners.

The Firm is an industry leader in the field of residential real estate and prides itself on the trust everyday individuals, lenders, and agents place in the Firm’s attorneys on a routine basis. Our closing attorneys work closely with all parties to uncover and resolve title issues, prepare closing documents, and ensure the timely closing of residential transactions with minimal fuss.

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