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.

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The latest issue of Think Real Estate is a complete resource for timely legal analysis of issues affecting the real estate industry and your business' bottom line.

Experience

Our transactional experience includes:

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

Haynes and Boone in Latin Lawyer: Blackstone Buys GE’s Mexican Real Estate Assets

Mexico’s Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enriquez SC and Haynes and Boone SC, the New York and Dallas offices of Haynes and Boone LLP, and the New York office of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP have helped Blackstone, the world’s largest real estate private equity fund, acquire the Mexican real estate assets of US conglomerate General Electric in a deal worth US$3.3 billion.

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