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.
A client engaged me this week to assist with the purchase of a multi-family apartment complex in Atlanta, Georgia, which gave me a chance to dust off my multi-family due diligence and closing checklist. Purchases of operating real estate assets (whether multi-family, office, industrial, or retail) come with many of the same issues. All types of commercial real estate require similar purchase contract documents and diligence materials. However, multi-family deals include a few additional items that wouldn’t normally be seen in other types of properties. After reviewing my checklist, these are the 5 most important distinctions regarding multi-family purchases that stuck out to me: Purchasers should always review police reports for the last 2 years related to the property (particularly if the property is in a low-income area). A purchaser may not necessarily want to purchase an asset that was the scene of a double-homicide last week or known for […]
As many of you know, we launched our new law firm, Thompson Burton PLLC, on April 1, 2012. We put tremendous energy in getting our primary website up and running for the week of our law firm launch. Since then, in addition to servicing our clients and addressing countless start up issues, I’ve been working daily on this Commercial Real Estate Attorney web page. We explained our strategy somewhat in Episode 1 of our video blog. No client has ever interacted with a practice area, so we decided to use “Brand” pages instead. The Brand pages are meant to promote an interactive experience between the attorneys practicing in a certain field and whomever needs the information. This blog is the “Brand” page for commercial real estate. I have high hopes for the site and plan to post useful information regularly dealing with commercial real estate, distressed real estate assets, and […]