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.

Real Estate


Haynes and Boone Represents Real Estate Firm in $190 Million Sale

Haynes and Boone Partner Keith Sambur and Associate Andrew Gillespie, members of the firm’s Denver office, represented a private real estate investment firm in the sale of a south Florida office campus for approximately $190 million.

Jeff Dorrill in Texas Lawyer on the Legal “Rubik’s Cube” Behind Trinity Forest Golf Club

Texas Lawyer featured Haynes and Boone Partner Jeff Dorrill in a story looking behind the scenes at the complex, multi-pronged legal work required to turn property that once provided Dallas with a landfill into a PGA-worthy golf course that serves as SMU’s home base; has a nonprofit partner that teaches inner-city kids life skills through golf; and hosts the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament for its 50th anniversary.


Our transactional experience includes:

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

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