Commercial Real Estate at Thompson Burton

Thompson Burton PLLC provides effective commercial real estate solutions for business and property owners in the Nashville area. Our commercial real estate lawyers are available to serve as your real estate transaction coordinator, land use attorney, or advisor on all other commercial real estate matters, such as:
  • Commercial real estate closing costs
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Commercial real estate loans
  • Types of commercial leases
  • Contractual agreements
  • Zoning laws
  • Intellectual property laws
  • Commercial real estate taxes
  • Commercial litigation
  • Bankruptcy and creditors’ rights
  Our attorneys in Nashville, TN. have extensive experience representing commercial real estate clients from entrepreneurs to landlords to multi-location business owners.

Nashville Commercial Litigation Attorney

At Thompson Burton PLLC, we ensure that our clients and their properties stay protected. As a commercial real estate owner, you may experience disputes regarding incorrect zoning laws, leasing disagreements, tenant complications, loans, or property taxes at some point. If you require legal assistance in any of these areas and are searching for a commercial real estate attorney in Nashville, TN., don’t hesitate to contact our local law firm. Our dedicated team of commercial litigation attorneys includes Walt Burton, a founding partner of Thompson Burton PLLC. Walt Burton is a highly acclaimed attorney known for his impeccable approach to detail when representing clients in real estate transactions, leasing, real estate finance, acquisition, and disposition.  

Commercial Real Estate Lawyer Near Me

Thompson Burton’s commercial real estate attorneys are available to serve you throughout the Nashville area. To learn more about our commercial real estate attorneys and how we can assist you, give us a call or contact us to schedule an initial consultation with our practice. We look forward to working with you.  
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Walt Burton appears at Community Hearing for Howe Garden Apartments

Thompson Burton partner, Walt Burton, recently appeared at a community hearing on behalf of the owners of Howe Garden Apartments in East Nashville.  The news story from Nashville Fox 17 can be viewed here.

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Walt Burton Interviewed by Dr. Jeff Cornwall and The Entrepreneurial Mind

Check out Thompson Burton partner, Walt Burton, talking about entrepreneurship withThe Entrepreneurial Mind – Dr. Jeff Cornwall. They cover a number of important topics like the psychology of risk and the importance of culture.  They also talk a little bit about the founding of Thompson Burton PLLC.

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Walt Burton Speaks to Leadership Franklin Group about One Franklin Park

On December 9, 2015, Walt Burton spoke to members of Leadership Franklin about the Cool Springs real estate market and Thompson Burton’s decision to locate its offices at One Franklin Park. Walt Burton Speaks at One Franklin Park from Thompson Burton on Vimeo.

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Electronic Signatures in Commercial Real Estate–Sign of the Times

I’ve posted in the past here and here regarding acceptance of electronic signatures in commercial real estate transactions, so I was very pleased to be contacted by Beth Matson-Teig regarding her new article for the Shopping Center Times titled “Sign of the Times–Electronic Signatures are Just as Legal as a Pen and Paper, and they Make Deals Happen a Lot Faster Too,” Pages 52-55, November 2014.  In the article, Beth highlights a switch that Weingarten Realty Investors has recently made to promoting e-signatures as well as other changes across the real estate industry.  “Weingarten expects to realize considerable efficiencies and savings by eliminating the printing and sending of originals documents by mail or special delivery.  Those savings add up.  Weingarten completes some 1,200 renewals per year, and the firm estimates that that the electronic distribution of documents saves roughly 1.5 and 4 hours per renewal among leasing agents, lawyers, and […]

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Tennessee Statute of Frauds

Most sophisticated business people are aware that all contracts do not have to be in writing. It is possible to have a verbal contract without any written terms at all. However, certain types of contracts are required to be in writing in order to be enforceable.  There are numerous reasons for this requirement, but the primary reason is to make sure that there is reliable evidence of the terms and conditions of contracts that are traditionally important or complex.  Tennessee, like most states, has a statute of frauds that stipulates which contracts must meet this writing requirement to be enforceable in Tennessee courts.  Tennessee’s statute of frauds is actually codified in two separate statutes, Tennessee Code Annotated Sections 29-2-101 and 47-2-201,which require that the following types of contracts be in writing and “signed by the party to be charged therewith:” Contracts of executors and administrators of estates; Contracts promising to answer for the […]

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