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Smith Debnam’s commercial real estate attorneys have the legal understanding and relevant experience to effectively guide clients through all aspects of commercial real estate transactions. Clients represented in this area include:
Our attorneys assist clients beginning with the planning phase and continuing by guiding clients through all the steps of their project including the acquisition, disposition, financing and utilization of the real estate. Our commercial real estate attorneys act as advocate and counselor in:
Our attorneys also provide representation to financial institutions, developers, and businesses in loan workouts, foreclosure matters and real estate-related credit matters.
We assist clients in all legal matters associated with purchasing, selling or financing private homes. Working with the first-time homebuyer or the experienced investor our attorneys are here to help with all residential property needs.
“Smith Debnam is comprised of attorneys of excellent legal talent. Work is performed both expertly and timely. This firm is able to address wide variety of legal services. If I find myself in need of additional legal services, I will not hesitate to go to Smith Debnam. “ – Mike Zetts
We are ready to hear your story and help you with your commercial real estate case. To schedule a consultation with a Raleigh commercial real estate attorney at our firm, call 919-250-2000.
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