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Commercial Real Estate and Leasing

Allman Spry represents a wide range of commercial real estate and leasing clients, including credit unions, banks, commercial and residential developers, investors, public and private businesses, nationwide retail chains, and commercial landlords and tenants throughout the United States.

Commercial real estate and leasing lawyer Joe Allman at Allman Spry Law Firm in Winston-Salem North Carolina

Building lasting relationships with our clients has been and remains one of the hallmarks of Allman Spry.

Our Winston-Salem commercial real estate and leasing practice group includes five active attorneys, and a former North Carolina State Bar board-certified attorney, now retired, in residential and commercial real property law. These attorneys have more than 90 years of combined experience practicing almost exclusively in the area of commercial and residential real estate. Our practice group also includes three North Carolina State Bar board-certified paralegals who work almost exclusively with the real estate attorneys and bring a collective 50 years of experience to each client.

Using a collaborative and practical approach, our real estate attorneys work with each member of our firm such as our business and corporate lawyers and environmental and land use attorneys to deliver high-quality, cost-effective legal services.

Commercial Real Estate and Leasing Attorneys

We have extensive experience in many types of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, commercial real property transactions, including:

  • Negotiating and drafting contracts for office, retail, and industrial acquisitions, organizing the proper entity for ownership and operation, negotiating credit facilities with institutional lenders, closing the purchase, as well as preparing property owners’ documentation
  • Representing both buyers and sellers in complex, often multi-state, transactions
  • Reviewing and negotiating commercial leases and related documents
  • Effectuating 1031 tax-free exchanges (also known as “like-kind” exchanges, including “reverse” and build-to-suit exchanges), which allow owners to defer capital gains taxes on investment property
  • Foreclosure actions for banks, credit unions, and privately-held mortgages