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Real Estate Transactional Division

Wright, Finlay & Zak's ("WFZ") Real Estate Transactional Division handles all aspects of transactional real estate work, including, but not limited to, purchase and sale agreements, due diligence/title review, creation of investor pools, development and construction contracts, ground leases, commercial and building leases, formation of corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, and construction, mini-perm and permanent finance documentation. WFZ can also assist our clients with many commercial financing options and, if necessary, loan workouts. Led by Scott Pollard, who has over 38 years of transactional real estate experience, WFZ's real estate attorneys represent all types of parties in such transactions, from developers to institutional owners, tenants to landlords, buyers to sellers, and lenders to borrowers.

If you have any questions regarding WFZ's Real Estate Transactional Division, please contact Nicholas G. Hood.

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