The Commercial Real Estate team at Rees Broome has developed a 360-degree understanding of the mid-Atlantic market, the economics of our clients’ industries and the legal issues that affect them. For developers, landlords and commercial tenants, our legal team brings together transactional real estate and finance attorneys, which gives us the ability to help clients identify opportunities, propose creative solutions and deal with complex issues when they arise. We have exceptional knowledge around the tax and regulatory impact on projects, and we have the experience that allows us to quickly assess critical transaction details, including situations involving condemnation and foreclosure, subdivision and the creation of HOAs and other community association developments.

We provide clarity and continuity to our clients by assigning a lead attorney to each transaction, so clients always know who to call when they have questions or concerns. While we staff matters leanly, we can draw on the expertise of attorneys in multiple disciplines across the firm who can assist if subcontractor, tax, zoning or construction defect issues arise. As a result, we’ve resolved the challenges of unexpected title and boundary line disputes, mechanic’s lien claims, applications for variances, special use exceptions and real estate tax appeals.