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San Antonio Real Estate Development Attorney

Seguin commercial real estate development attorney

Bexar County Real Estate Lawyer for Residential and Commercial Property Developers

Property development will involve a variety of complex concerns, and multiple parties may play a role in a development project. While this type of project can be a very lucrative investment, there are multiple types of legal hurdles that may arise, and if they are not addressed correctly, they may cause significant delays and expenses, or they may prevent a project from being completed. To ensure that all legal issues are handled correctly, a real estate developer will need to work with an attorney who understands the laws and regulations that may affect a project, the best methods for resolving disputes, and the steps that should be taken to ensure that they can achieve their goals.

The law office of Geoff Mayfield, Attorney at Law assists with multiple types of real estate transactions and development projects. With more than 15 years of experience in various areas of the law, Geoff provides his clients with an understanding of the best ways to resolve the legal issues that may affect them. He works closely with property owners and developers to help them find practical and effective solutions that will protect their interests and ensure that they can realize the best possible return on their investments.

Legal Issues Affecting Real Estate Development

Geoff serves as a trusted advisor to real estate developers throughout the entire lifecycle of a project. He works to ensure that they are prepared to address matters such as:

  • Financing - A developer may need to obtain loans or secure financing from investors in order to purchase property or make improvements.
  • Property acquisition - Geoff can provide legal help during a commercial real estate transaction to ensure that a developer will be able to begin a development project as soon as ownership of property has been transferred.
  • Zoning and land use - Local laws and ordinances may affect the ways property may be used or the types of construction that may be performed. If necessary, Geoff can work with developers to obtain variances to these laws and ensure that a project can be completed as planned.
  • Regulatory compliance - Environmental regulations and other laws may affect a construction project or planned improvements to a property, and Geoff can ensure that developers are meeting all of their legal requirements.
  • Easements and covenants - Geoff can help developers understand whether any existing easements on a property will prevent them from performing certain types of construction or require them to allow access to utility companies, neighbors, or other parties. He can also help put restrictive covenants in place that will detail how a property may be used in the future.
  • Construction - Geoff can work with developers to establish construction contracts that will protect their rights and ensure that work is performed correctly.
  • Leasing - With his understanding of commercial leases and his experience addressing landlord/tenant disputes, Geoff can ensure that a property owner will be able to negotiate leases that will protect their rights and allow them to generate income from a property.

Contact Our San Antonio Commercial Real Estate Lawyer for Developers

Planning and executing a real estate development project can be a complex undertaking, and developers will need to keep track of many moving parts. Attorney Geoff Mayfield can help streamline this process by proactively addressing any legal issues that may affect a project, and he will work to ensure that all components of a project are in place at the right time. To set up a free consultation, contact our office at 210-535-0870. Geoff provides legal help to real estate developers in Kerrville, Boerne, Kendall County, Seguin, New Braunfels, Comal County, Hondo, Atascosa County, Wilson County, Del Rio, Guadalupe County, Medina County, Frio County, Laredo, San Antonio, Bexar County, San Marcos, and Blanco County.

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