Pensacola, FL Real Estate Attorneys
Shell, Fleming, Davis & Menge has had a strong concentration for many years in all areas of real estate law. Clients in these areas include individuals and institutional owners and investors, commercial and residential developers (including condominiums and subdivisions), and state and national lending institutions.
The Firm serves as counsel to real estate developers in every type of real estate project from beginning to end. The work includes guidance in structuring the development entity, including corporations, joint ventures, partnerships, limited liability companies, and trusts; assistance in planning the project; contracting for and obtaining the project site; representation in obtaining zoning and governmental permits, including Developments of Regional Impact; rendering advice regarding comprehensive plans and concurrency requirements; arranging and closing acquisition, construction and permanent financing; negotiating construction contracts; and advising the developer with respect to environmental concerns. When the project has been completed, the Firm is able to handle the sale or lease of the finished product. The Firm also handles the preparation of condominium and community association documents and registration with governmental authorities.
Our real property attorneys are experienced in the examination of title to real property and the resolution of title issues. The Firm is an agent for several major title insurance companies, and can provide title insurance and closing services for all types of residential and commercial properties, for buyers and lenders. The Firm also has significant expertise in all types of litigation relating to real estate, including mortgage foreclosures, condemnation and eminent domain actions, quiet title suits, land lord/tenant disputes and construction litigation.
Land Use, Planning and Zoning: The Firm provides business and commercial representation in all areas subject to governmental action. Typical representations include negotiations with local governments as well as regulatory agencies and commissions, permit approvals, community development districts, land use and zoning.
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