Today, Real Estate transactions are very broad, and involve many detailed documents and complicated financing or collateral agreements. This is why you need a Commercial Real Estate Lawyer to help you with these complex transaction may include the common law of property, contract law, and statutory laws such as those arising under condominium and other forms of common ownership acts, as well as regulatory laws relating to zoning and land use. Real Property also relates to other areas such a Tax and Estate Planning. We have extensive experience in Real Estate representing landowners, purchasers, developers, lenders, investors, and brokers.

Real Property can be grouped into three broad categories based on its use:

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial

Examples of residential real property include undeveloped land, single family residences, and condominiums and other forms of multi-family residences. Examples of commercial real property are office buildings, warehouses and retail store buildings. Examples of industrial real property include factories, mines and farms. Each form of real property presents unique legal issues.

If you own or are interested in acquiring real property in Texas, our Real Estate Attorneys can assist you with all your legal needs, such as:

  • Negotiating purchase contracts;
  • Drafting conveyance documents such as deeds and leases;
  • Reviewing title reports and identifying issues in due diligence;
  • Drafting and enforcing contracts such as brokerage agreements;
  • Clearing title through the legal process; and
  • Advising on and representation related to zoning and land use matters.


Each of these transactions are distinct and require their set of rules to ensure that the documents are enforceable. Further, an attorney should be consulted in negotiation, reviewing, and drafting these documents as the Commercial Real Estate lawyer should advise its client as to how to enforce the client’s rights, and how to ensure that the customer does not fall victim to possible pitfalls common to this area of the law. This is especially prevalent in lease agreements where the lease agreement can define when a lessee and lessor are in default and how the parties will remedy such issues.