Ryley Carlock & Applewhite provides comprehensive legal services in all aspects of real estate development, ownership, construction and financing. Several of our attorneys concentrate their practices, or have substantial experience and expertise, in legal fields that complement the firm's real estate practice, including environmental and natural resources law, business tax planning, bankruptcy and commercial litigation, and corporate and securities law, which round out the broad range of expertise needed to effectively serve our real estate clients.
The structure and terms of financing are, of course, critical elements of most real estate transactions. The firm boasts many years of experience in virtually all forms of real estate financing, including most forms of commercial bank financing, improvement district financing, revenue bond financing, the use of deferred sale agreements, synthetic leases, subdivision trust agreements, and option agreements. In considering and negotiating project financing, we are pleased to be able to offer our real estate developer clients the insight and experience we have gained in representing many of the major banks, insurance companies, pension trusts and other financial institutions in the Arizona and Colorado markets for many years.
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