Real estate has always stood for long-term stable investments. However, yet the goals investors strive to achieve with real estate are as diverse as the individuals living in or using real estate.
Therefore, we comprehensively advise financial investors resp. real estate funds as well as traditional real estate companies in all areas of real estate law.
Our real estate team’s advice focuses on the planning, structuring, and execution of transactions concerning all types of real estate. We have extensive experience with residential portfolio transactions as well as commercial properties. Aside from legal advice, our services also include the tax-optimized structuring of real estate transactions. You can expect comprehensive advice from a single source, including and taking into account areas of public administrative law such as tenders, planning, or environmental law – irrespective of whether the transaction in question is
a share deal or an asset deal. Of course, our clients can always enlist our real estate specialists with regard to any questions of real estate law after consummation of a transaction as well.
The way to the notary can sometimes be longer than the parties to a real estate transaction may have envisioned. We accompany and advise our clients on
this way – whether it begins with an letter of intent, a tender offer, or whether it becomes a winding road. You can expect us to legally structure and tax-optimize acquisition and sales processes. We perform legal due diligence for you, draft and negotiate the property or share purchase agreement, and remain available to advise you on all questions of real estate law after completion and transfer of property.
Even if real estate is not currently part of a transaction, it requires careful administration. Proper facility management is a key building block in preserving a property’s value. From a legal perspective, advice regarding not only lease agreements and general contractual law but also construction and property law may be required, which we naturally provide.