Emphasize Real Estate and Property Law to Manage Investment Risks With Jeff Love
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Partner Jeff Love shares what you need to know about the scope and responsibilities of a real estate lawyer, partnership arrangements, and entity formation.
Key Takeaways To Listen For:
Purpose and responsibilities of a real estate lawyer
Basic entity structures for real estate investing
3 financial factors to consider before investing in real estate
Red flags to watch for before investing passively
How to avoid unanticipated investing challenges
Advantages of building a real estate team
Resources Mentioned In This Episode
Free Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor
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Jeff Love is a partner with the firm. His practice encompasses all facets of real estate transactions, including drafting and negotiating purchase, sale, syndication, and financing transactions in connection with commercial, industrial, and residential assets. He also regularly drafts and negotiates office, retail, and industrial leases for regional landlords and tenants throughout the West Coast. Mr. Love has extensive experience drafting, negotiating, and reviewing real estate loan documents, including originations, modifications, note purchase agreements and other finance-related transactions from structuring through loan closing. He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California.
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