When dealing with a real estate transaction, whether it is residential or commercial, the guidance of an experienced attorney can make a significant impact. English Lucas Priest & Owsley has a strong track record of providing counsel to a broad range of clients, including homebuyers, business owners, and commercial real estate state developers. Our Kentucky real estate lawyers leverage years of experience and deep knowledge of the sector to provide clients with counsel that is tailored to their specific legal needs. We closely work with our clients from our initial counsel to the end result, providing swift and effective counsel each step of the way.
Commercial real estate transactions typically have many moving parts. From navigating tax implications to ensuring compliance with zoning law to negotiating contracts, there are a number of key considerations at play. The commercial real estate attorneys at English Lucas Priest & Owsley combine their experience and years of knowledge to provide effective counsel to help clients meet their desired outcome.
Our Kentucky commercial real estate attorneys provide comprehensive counsel. We are experienced with handling matters involving the sale and purchase of commercial property, financing, lease negotiation, and contract enforcement. Additionally, we help clients with real estate taxation, liens, and construction loan agreements, among other matters. The attorneys at English Lucas Priest & Owsley are experienced with representing clients before Kentucky planning and zoning authorities, and we help clients with non-recourse financing, title searches, and multifamily complexes, as well as other commercial transactions.
We work closely with a diverse range of commercial real estate clients, including financial institutions, developers, buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and lenders. We also work with brokers, investors, contractors, and engineers. Experience matters when dealing with commercial real estate, making it all the more important to work with attorneys who know the ins and outs of the sector.
Our attorneys represent businesses, public utilities, municipalities and other landowners in matters regarding the taking of private property for public use. We have substantial experience in representing both landowners and public utilities, municipalities or other governmental agencies in negotiations for compensation and, if negotiations are unsuccessful, in condemnation litigation in federal or state court to establish the fair market value of the property.