We have a national leasing practice, serving as counsel to landlords and tenants in lease negotiation and enforcement. Whether negotiating a new build-to-suit lease, determining how to minimize risk, or managing expense audits, our largest and smallest clients trust us with their leasing needs.
Documenting, negotiating and closing real estate transactions requires a legal partner with industry expertise and experience. Our clients rely on us to do all these things while maintaining clear and fixed costs, which is why we represent them time and again on single and multi-site acquisition, development, and disposition of retail, industrial, healthcare, and specialty-use facilities throughout the country.
Whether it is a sale-leaseback or a synthetic lease structure, whether it is a single site or a 30-plus site deal, our clients trust us to close the initial financing deal and to close out the financing structure when the term runs.
We know that real estate and finance go hand in hand. Our attorneys routinely advise clients on acquisition, construction, credit facility and sale-leaseback financing structures.
Title, survey, lease and environmental conditions make or break a property’s profitability. Our team-based approach to due diligence matters provides clients with a thorough review of these matters, all while maintaining an eye toward practical solutions.
We understand that lease-related expenses are often one of the greatest expenses a company incurs. Our lease auditing practice reviews lease provisions, client payment history, landlord accounting records, and third-party invoices and then negotiates resolution regarding overpayments.
Represented seller/tenant in multi-state sale-leaseback, including creation and management of due diligence dataroom, negotiation of purchase and sale and form lease agreements, and preparation of all transaction documents for closing.
Represented buyer in Texas and Wisconsin warehouse and distribution center acquisitions, including negotiation of development agreement and oversight of entitlement process.
Borrower representation in connection with credit facilities exceeding $1,000,000.00.
On-going representation of acquisition work for Fortune-ranked company, including title and survey review, negotiation of easements and other agreements, oversight of zoning process, and preparation of closing documents.
Primary outside counsel to multiple clients regarding day-to-day real estate portfolio management, including resolution of lease disputes, negotiation and execution of SNDA and estoppel certificates, and review of due diligence items, including title, survey, and Phase I environmental assessments.
Representation of Fortune-ranked company in negotiation of leases as tenant.
Representation in acquisition and disposition of triple-net investment properties, including negotiation of leases with national retailers.
Rebekah Fisher & Associates
414 Bridge Street, Franklin, TN, 37064