Real Estate Finance
At Briggs and Morgan, our seasoned real estate attorneys counsel clients with a comprehensive list of real estate finance options that complement all types of activities, from land acquisition and sale to partnerships and joint venture agreements. We work closely with both owners and borrowers, who are developers, lenders, city governments, school districts, retailers and entertainment entities located all over the state, region and across the United States.
Through our real estate finance department, Briggs attorneys assist with determining which financing tools are the most appropriate for each client. In doing so, we can effectively structure, document and close a wide range of transactions, including construction loans, permanent mortgages, sale-leaseback transactions, ground leases, secondary market programs, tax increment financing and securitization of mortgage-backed loans. Our team also has extensive experience handling mortgage foreclosures; mechanics’ lien matters; and workout and bankruptcy advice for lenders, landlords and tenants.
In addition, our real estate attorneys have represented large and small businesses in evaluating and disputing property tax assessments. With more than 28 years of successful property valuation and tax litigation experience, Briggs and Morgan has built a dependable reputation for its real estate tax planning proficiency which remains solid in the legal industry.