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Litigation for Property Owners: Avoid Being Sued

In the world of real estate, legal battles are a reality. Join Matt Clarke, a seasoned litigator with over 20 years of experience, as he navigates the challenges faced by property owners, operators, and syndicators. From vendor payment disputes to partner disagreements, he provides practical advice on communication, insurance, and clear contracts. Get ready for an informative journey through the complexities of real estate law.

1031 Exchanges: Why it Matters for Multifamily Syndicators and Passive Investors

Understanding how the 1031 exchange interplay works between multifamily syndicators, operators, sponsors, and passive investors is crucial in the realm of commercial real estate.

Corporate Transparency Act: Frequently Asked Questions

You’ve heard about the Corporate Transparency Act by now, but you still have some questions.
Here are answer directly from the source!

Is Your Real Estate Deal in Distress? Loan Modification Might Help

Whenever we’re talking about loan restructuring or modification, I like to remind clients—whether you’re a buyer, seller, sponsor, operator, or syndicator—that you’re a steward first and foremost. You’re entrusted with other people’s money or the property as a whole. So, stewardship is about the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one’s care.

When considering yourself as owning a piece of property for the benefit of other people, many of whom are passive investors, you’re truly a steward. So, when pondering whether your deal is in distress, ask why it’s in distress and what the best form of stewardship might be.