Real Estate

Representation Throughout Real Estate Lifecycle 

The real estate landscape is more cyclical than ever, presenting both challenges and opportunities.

Our attorneys have specialized experience with the full spectrum of real estate issues, from entity formation to foreclosure, and successfully serve clients in all economic climates.

We represent borrowers, buyers, developers, investors, management companies, contractors, landlords, tenants, brokers, lenders and individual and corporate landowners with a broad range of commercial and residential real estate issues.

Real estates services include investments, sales, acquisitions, leasing, financing, easements, encroachments, and boundary disputes.

In addition to real estate transactions, our attorneys advise real estate clients regarding setting up LLCs, business operations, employment issues, litigation, business succession planning, and debtor-creditor issues including judicial and non-judicial foreclosures and workouts.

Our attorneys actively participate in industry associations and are frequent speakers on a wide variety of real estate topics.

Steve Bennett and Marisol McAllister are Certified Continuing Education Providers by the Oregon Real Estate Agency, and have provided numerous presentations and resources to brokers, agents, title company personnel, and other industry professionals.

Marisol McAllister is also on the Oregon Real Estate Agency's approved list of condominium lawyers.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

FWW Compliance and Risk Alert: Overdraft NSF Risk Management

10/31/2022

In the past month, the CFPB has taken several actions that will increase pressure on credit unions to adjust practices and disclosures related to fees for NSF items, overdrafts, and (most recently) returned deposited items. READ MORE

FWW Employment Alert: Oregon and Washington Work Together to Provide Guidance on Paid Family Medical Leave Program and Remote Workers

10/27/2022

The Oregon Employment Department and Washington Employment Security Department issued a joint letter to guide employers on how to make the right contributions for PFML when more than one state is involved. READ MORE