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Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate Law

At Vandeventer Black, we serve local, national, and international developers and acquisition firms that purchase, sell, lease, finance, and/or manage commercial real estate. Our firm also acts as counsel to commercial lenders, making loans secured by real estate collateral. With offices in North Carolina and Virginia, our integrative team of attorneys assist and advise you in a wide range of real estate matters.

Top Rated Commercial Real Estate Services

We provide multi-jurisdictional services to real estate professionals. Our attorneys direct you every step of the way. Our legal services include acting as counsel in the following key areas:

  • Property Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • Mortgage and Mezzanine Financing
  • Real Estate Syndications and Private Placements
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Land Use and Development
  • 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges
  • Tenancy-in-Common Documentation

Our Knowledge and Experience

Vandeventer Black has been serving clients for over 135 years. In addition to our broad and deep understanding of the legal and business aspects of commercial real estate, Vandeventer Black also maintains vast expertise in supporting practice areas such as:

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Every day, short-term rentals play host to international visitors around the world. Whether for business or pleasure, short-stay accommodation websites like AirBnB.com, HomeAway.com, Tripping.com, and more have replaced traditional motel and hotel stays for many travelers of all ages. Naturally, because this type of lodging is coordinated by individuals and ...
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Lease Issues in the COVID-19 Environment [Part 2]
Richard J. Crouch
The COVID-19 crisis has significantly impacted the ability of parties to satisfy their respective obligations under their commercial leases.  As mentioned in Part 1 of this series, many parties are discovering that the language of force majeure clauses often lacks the specificity to adequately address this unique situation.  Part 2 ...
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Lease Issues in the COVID-19 Environment [Part 1]
Richard J. Crouch
In the current COVID-19 crisis, attorneys are receiving numerous questions from landlords and tenants, as to their respective contractual obligations under their commercial leases.  Tenants are carefully analyzing the provisions of the lease to determine if any provisions therein could excuse or delay performance, particularly as it relates to the ...
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