Real Estate

Your lawyer’s experience is the foundation of any successful real estate deal.

The lawyers in Haynes and Boone’s Real Estate Practice Group counsel clients in the United States and overseas. We have handled every facet of buying, selling, developing, operating, leasing and financing real estate for our clients. Our diverse practice represents institutional owners, developers, financial sources, borrowers, operators, investors, landlords and tenants, among others.

We handle a wide array of transactions, including:

  • Real estate finance, including subordinate debt, real estate capital markets and fund-based financing
  • Acquisitions, sales and joint ventures
  • Commercial real estate leasing
  • Distressed real estate and opportunistic investing
  • Construction-related contracts

When transactions require additional experience, our national real estate team works seamlessly with lawyers in other Haynes and Boone practices, including bankruptcy, environmental, ERISA, international, securities and tax. And, if litigation becomes necessary, our clients benefit from experienced litigators who focus on real estate and construction matters.

PERE Asia Summit

PERE Asia 2017

Albert Tan and Taylor Wilson Speak at 2017 PERE Asia Summit

Albert Tan and Taylor Wilson, partners at Haynes and Boone, LLP, spoke at the recent PERE Asia Summit, considered the leading private equity real estate event in Asia.


Our transactional experience includes:

  • Acquisitions, sales and joint ventures
  • Commercial real estate leasing
  • Distressed real estate
  • Hotels and hospitality
  • Real estate investment trusts (REITs)

Brexit, Interrupted


Brexit Update - provided by Haynes and Boone CDG, LLP

While uncertainty continues to surround the timing and terms for the UK’s departure from the EU, international companies continue to invest in “Brexit Britain”. On 15 November 2016, Google announced that it is to create up to 3,000 new jobs at its London HQ, increasing its workforce to up to 7,000 people by 2020. This followed the announcement from Nissan in October that it intended to build two new car models at its major plant in Sunderland, which Prime Minister Theresa May described as a “vote of confidence.


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