As a real estate investor, putting together a winning team is crucial for your long-term success. Accountants, bankers, real estate brokers and agents, and attorneys are some of the key members of your team. Real estate investor and Gibbs Giden partner Jeff Love shares important tips on how to find and evaluate a good real estate attorney.
What You Will Learn
- The 6 most important things your attorney should have
- Where to find good attorneys
- What a good real estate attorney can do for you
- Typical transactions a real estate attorney does
- The importance of proper risk assessment with any real estate investment
- How to avoid making bad investments
- Why real estate is the best investment for retirement
For more information contact:
Jeffrey B. Love, Esq.
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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