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A commercial real estate transaction involving a place of business or a real estate investment typically involves substantial capital and specialized legal issues. Challenges with commercial real estate transactions can be significant and may include costly inconveniences and losses, including:

  • Undisclosed environmental hazards resulting in expensive delays for the business
  • Real estate dispute or litigation could derail a thriving business
  • Difficulties with the title could leave the buyer and their tenants without a place to do business
  • Problems with property acquisition could cause buyers to tie up their capital indefinitely
  • Delays with the sale could result in opportunity costs for sellers

An experienced real estate law firm, knowledgeable of The Woodlands real estate market, can assist you in avoiding these potential pitfalls.

An investment in, or divestiture of, real estate, whether for personal occupancy or investment purposes, can provide legal challenges. We are well versed in all aspects of local and state level real estate and construction laws and practices in support of our commercial real estate clients.

At The Strong Firm P.C., our real estate attorneys pay meticulous attention to every detail of your real estate transaction. Our firm provides a full range of services related to the ownership, management, leasing, and operation of commercial real estate, including the following:

  • Sale
  • Acquisition
  • Development
  • Operation of commercial property leasing (office, industrial, and retail)
  • Drafting and negotiation of purchase and sale agreements
  • Review and resolution of title matters
  • Coordination of operational arrangements
  • Evaluation associated with the sale of commercial properties

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If you are looking for a commercial or residential real estate attorney in The Woodlands, find out how our qualified legal team can help with all your real estate needs. Please contact The Strong Firm P.C. to set up your initial consultation with your personal real estate attorney today!

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